Dan Barry (b. 1958)
Reporter and columnist for the New York Times. A native New Yorker, Barry studied journalism at St. Bonaventure and New York University. In 1994, Barry and his investigative team at the Providence Journal-Bulletin won a Pulitzer Prize for a series of articles exposing corruption in the Rhode Island court system. In 1995, Barry joined the staff of the Times and became a major contributor to the newspaper’s award-winning coverage of 9/11 and Hurricane Katrina.