College alumna wins Pulitzer Prize
We are excited to learn that a CJC alum, Natalie Caula Hauff, TEL 2007, is among a team of journalists from the Charleston (S.C.) Post and Courier awarded this year’s most prestigious Pulitzer Prize. The newspaper won the Public Service gold medal for its series on the deadly toll that domestic violence takes on women in South Carolina.
“Till Death Do Us Part,” a five-part series, was published last August. Natalie worked for two years at the newspaper before leaving last fall to work for the Charleston County government.
While a telecommunication student at the University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications, Natalie worked as a reporter/producer/anchor at WUFT-FM and served as one of the lead reporters for the station’s extended coverage of the execution of Danny Rolling. She won several regional and national awards for her work.
After graduating in 2007, she was a reporter for WCIV-TV in Charleston for five years before joining the Post and Courier staff.