New York Times writer Lucinda Franks ’68 shared the Pulitzer Prize in Journalism for National Reporting with Thomas Powers of United Press International for “The Making of a Terrorist." The five-part, 12,000 word series examined the life and death of activist Diana Oughton, a 28-year-old member of the Weathermen faction of Students for a Democratic Society, who died in 1970 when a dynamite bomb she was assembling exploded in the basement of a townhouse in the Greenwich Village section of New York City.