Paul Goldberger, a Kenyon Trustee ’03, has recently moved from the New Yorker to Vanity Fair. Goldberger will act as a contributing editor and will write architecture criticism for the magazine. He began his career at the New York Times, where he won a Pulitzer Prize in 1984 for distinguished criticism, the highest award offered.
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Goldberger, a Yale graduate, left the New York Times in 1997, when he moved to the New Yorker and became the magazine’s architecture critic. He has won numerous honorary degrees and titles from establishments like the Pratt Institute, the University of Miami, Kenyon College (word up), the College of Creative Studies and the New York School of Interior Design.
In a press release, Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter said he couldn’t be more excited about the move.
“This is an appointment that thrills me profoundly,” Carter said. “Paul is about as gifted a commentator on architecture, urban planning, and design as anyone you’re going to find these days—in other words, he’s just a brilliant writer.”
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