Roger Wilkins, ’53, JD’56, HLHD’93

While in law school, Wilkins was an intern and mentee of Thurgood Marshall. In 1966, President Lyndon Johnson appointed Wilkins to lead the Community Relations Service, and he later worked at the Ford Foundation. In 1972, he joined The Washington Post’s editorial board, where his commentary on the Watergate scandal helped garner a Pulitzer Prize.

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