University Chronicle earned six Better Newspaper Contest Awards at the 153rd gathering of the Minnesota Newspaper Association Jan. 30 in Brooklyn Park.
Five students combined to take home the six awards. With Tony Langfellow himself taking home two first place awards and one third place award.
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Tony Langfellow for “Enrollment drops at SCSU; rise at SCTCC”
Best use of Multimedia
Tony Langfellow for “St. Cloud residents struggle with winter parking”
Bethanie Barrios, Mark Wasson and Mitchell Abraham for “Free Speech Club creates controversy at SCSU”=
Anna Panek for “The cost of cancelling class”
Tony Langfellow for “Old ideas bring new changes to the Chronicle”
Local Breaking News Coverage
Bethanie Barrios for “New Free Speech Club’s It’s Okay to be White sign receives push back from students”
Contest judges awarded 661 awards to entries in college and professional categories.