In 1971, Tony Auth began his tenure as an editorial cartoonist for the Philadelphia Inquirer. In over 40 years at the Inky, Auth amassed many awards, including a Pulitzer in 1976. Now, he’s announced his resignation from the Inquirer and will sign on to be the digital artist in residence for WHYY and Newsworks. [WHYY]
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