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2020 California Journalism Awards Campus Enterprise News Story or Series Contest Winners – 4-Year Universities

2020 California Journalism Awards
Campus Enterprise News Story or Series Contest Winners

4-Year Universities

 

First-place and second-place plaques will be shipped directly to the winning publications in the coming weeks.

Personalized certificates will also be mailed to winners in each category.

A complete list of all California Journalism Award winners will be provided on May 18th.

 

Circ Group(s)Category NameAwardOrganizationCityEntry TitleCommentsCreditsCompetition Comments
4-Year UniversitiesEnterprise News Story or SeriesFirst PlaceSan Jose State University-Spartan DailySan Jose'Am I Not Good Enough?'Best combination of writing and presentation through use of design and graphics.Bryanna BartlettIt was nearly impossible to pick a winner from the group of entries. I did not read one submission that was not worthy of praise. The breadth and depth of the reporting in this category was inspiring, enlightening and though-provoking. I applaud everyone who submitted an entry. Keep up the fantastic work!
4-Year UniversitiesEnterprise News Story or SeriesSecond PlaceCSU Long Beach-Daily 49erLong BeachFaculty of color underrepresented at CSULBUsed embedded tables to help readers visualize the topic.Austin BrumblayIt was nearly impossible to pick a winner from the group of entries. I did not read one submission that was not worthy of praise. The breadth and depth of the reporting in this category was inspiring, enlightening and though-provoking. I applaud everyone who submitted an entry. Keep up the fantastic work!
4-Year UniversitiesEnterprise News Story or SeriesThird PlaceCSU Fresno-The CollegianFresnoFresno State student government shrouded in controversyBest reporting done from the series entries. Well-reported, written and explained.Anthony De Leon, Zaeem Shaikh, Andrea Marin Contreras, Larry ValenzuelaIt was nearly impossible to pick a winner from the group of entries. I did not read one submission that was not worthy of praise. The breadth and depth of the reporting in this category was inspiring, enlightening and though-provoking. I applaud everyone who submitted an entry. Keep up the fantastic work!
4-Year UniversitiesEnterprise News Story or SeriesFourth PlaceStanford University-The Stanford DailyStanfordToxic work culture at the Cantor pushes employees out, interventions fall shortMost in-depth reporting from the entries. Covered a hyper local issue very well.Elena ShaoIt was nearly impossible to pick a winner from the group of entries. I did not read one submission that was not worthy of praise. The breadth and depth of the reporting in this category was inspiring, enlightening and though-provoking. I applaud everyone who submitted an entry. Keep up the fantastic work!
4-Year UniversitiesEnterprise News Story or SeriesFifth PlaceCSU Fresno-The CollegianFresnoFresno State athletics budget cuts and lacrosse program recourseBroke down a complicated topic in a digestible way. Provided all sides of the story.Anthony De Leon, Zaeem Shaikh, Marc Anthony LopezIt was nearly impossible to pick a winner from the group of entries. I did not read one submission that was not worthy of praise. The breadth and depth of the reporting in this category was inspiring, enlightening and though-provoking. I applaud everyone who submitted an entry. Keep up the fantastic work!
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