The Broadside brings home 12 awards
The Broadside newspaper and several student journalists received awards from
two collegiate journalism contests.
For the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association Collegiate Newspaper
Contest the following students placed:
• First place, General Excellence
• Best news series, third place, Junnelle Hogen, “Patrick Lanning hiring series”
• Best news story, third place, Molly Svendsen, “Attack Aftermath”
• Best feature story, first place, Brayan Gonzalez, “Uphill battle: One Broadside
reporter finds out what it is like to go to class in a wheelchair”
• Best news story, first place, Scott Greenstone “ Killinger faces allegations of
The ONPA collegiate Newspaper Contest was open to all 2-year and 4-year
publications in Oregon.
For the Pacific Northwest Association of Journalism Educators student journalism
contest the following students placed:
• General News, first place, Junnelle Hogen
• General News, Honorable Mention, Scott Greenstone
• Comprehensive reporting, first place, Molly Svendsen
• Page Design, first place, Rhyan McLaury
• Features reporting, honorable mention, Brayan Gonzalez
• Editorial cartoons, third place, Noah Hughes
• Photo illustrations, third place, Emily Garcia
The PNAJE contest was open to community college publications – print and/or
on-line – in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana.
First place entries in both contests will be sent and judged at the national
competition early this summer.
|The Broadside Staff|