The Crimson White wins several college journalism awards

The Crimson White recently won several national awards from the 2011 Gold Circle Collegiate Awards for Newspapers. The competition, which is sponsored by Columbia University, was created to acknowledge excellent work by student journalists, according to the Columbia Scholastic Press Association website. The Crimson White received the following awards:

Best special section (broadsheet): 2nd Place, CW Staff, Year in Review in 3D

Editorial Writing: 2nd Place, Tray Smith, "We all have a responsibility to help city"

Sports feature: 2nd Place, Jason Galloway, "Prothro still believes"

Informational graphic portfolio of work: 2nd Place, Brian Pohuski

Single feature photograph: 2nd Place, Kelsey Stein, "An Alberta resident salvages his belongings from his home"

Personal Opinion, on-campus issues: 3rd Place, Wesley Vaughn, "We have all been witnesses to the University's Witt-less tornado response"

Entertainment Review: 3rd Place, Victor Luckerson, "Kanye's new album pushes rap's boundaries"

In-depth news/feature story: Honorable Mention, Jonathan Reed, "Tuscaloosa looks to rebuild"

Single sports photo: Honorable Mention, Drew Hoover, “Julio helps tide grab victory”

Photography portfolio of work: Honorable Mention, Drew Hoover

Overall design (broadsheet): Honorable Mention, Brandee Easter and Emily Johnson

Feature page design (broadsheet): Honorable Mention, Brian Pohuski, "Tweet Fighter I"

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