This afternoon, your favorite student journalists got dressed up for the Bunn Awards, the annual ceremony in which the University picks the best articles published in campus newspapers over the past year. I’m pleased to report that the Voice bounced back from a humiliating softball defeat yesterday with a very solid Bunn performance, picking up 11 awards and sweeping the reviews and features categories.
Listed below are the winners, all of which are great reads, especially for all of you looking to procrastinate on studying.
- “Raised in Captivity is mired in the madhouse” by Kathrine Norton (Voice)
- “Sweet Coraline, 3D never looked so good” by Sara Carothers (Voice)
- “Just one more night in Bangkok” by Will Sommer (Voice)
- “Sapp story” by Bailey Heaps (Hoya)
- “The Hilltop’s other father and son” by Ryan Travers (Hoya)
- “Nothin’ but Net for Nikita” by Anthony Francavilla (Voice)
- (No first place award—unclear why…)
- “A system worth fighting for” by Jeffrey Long (Hoya)
- “Chernobyl’s concrete ghost town” by Chelsea Paige (Voice)
- Nicole Bush (Voice)
- Helen Burton (Voice)
- Hansky Santos (Hoya)
- “DPS fails to report 65 crimes: PSAs never issued to campus community” by Ben Buchanan (Hoya)
- “Obama ushers in new era of hope” by Anna Salinas (Hoya)
- “Hot and bothered by Sex Positive week” by Molly Redden (Voice)
- “The new face of DPS: Jeffrey Van Slyke’s controversial past” by Will Sommer (Voice)
- “Working for change: Qatar’s silent labor crisis” by Jeff Reger (Voice)
- “Is the City Paper dying or just growing up?” by Sam Sweeney (Voice)
While on the subject of student journalism awards, congrats to the Hoya‘s former Editor in Chief Andrew Dwulet and current managing editor, Marrissa Amendolia, for making UWire’s Top 100 student journalists! Dwulet was picked for “[putting] his own health on the line to cover an outbreak of contagious disease on campus” and Amendolia was honored for expanding the Guide from 12 pages to 16.