Dr. Faust, a historian and the outgoing president of Harvard, was cited for work exploring “themes of deep relevance to our national conversation on race and gender.”
Category Archives: Contests and Prizes
The Leeds International Piano Competition is making some drastic changes, so that it rewards considered playing over showy technique.
Sunday’s red-carpet statement may seem superficial, but it’s part of a larger initiative that’s striking for its leap from the days of #AskHerMore.
Mr. Doroshow organized pageants in the 1960s, before the gay- and transgender-rights movements had gotten rolling. He hosted them as Flawless Sabrina.
A reminder that Happily Ever After is only one endgame. The real winner may be the man who gets dumped but is picked to be the series’ next Bachelor.
What to look for as the participants enter the semifinal and then the final stage.
Geopolitics and pop culture clash as Ukraine bars Russia’s entry into the 2017 Eurovision contest because of a visit by the contestant, Yulia Samoylova, to Crimea.
The prize, awarded for her book “Citizen: An American Lyric,” comes with $10,000.
C.P. Lacey is starting his 30th year as the most feared character at Amateur Night: A tap-dancing dream killer who shoos booed contestants off stage.
The Mall of America in Minnesota becomes the latest to hold a contest to appoint a writer-in-residence.