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2020 California Journalism Awards Campus Contest Winners

2020 California Journalism Awards Campus Contest winners

 

The table below displays the 2020 California Journalism Awards Campus Contest winners by category.

The table is sortable by the column headers (Category, Award, Publication, Entry Title, Credits and Judge’s Comments) but you probably want to zero in on your own publication. The easiest way to do that is to use the search box to type in the name of your publication.

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

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

Circ Group(s)Category NameAwardOrganizationCityEntry TitleCommentsCreditsCompetition Comments
High SchoolsProfile StoryFirst PlaceSacramento Country Day School-The OctagonAward-winning pianist plays at Carnegie Hall, performs with Country Day Jazz BandThis story was engaging from the start, cleanly written and had a variety of sources that went beyond the typical high school journalism level.Héloïse SchepHigh school students who submitted profile stories selected interesting topics relevant to their school community and beyond. Some of the writers demonstrated writing skills beyond their years.
High SchoolsProfile StorySecond PlaceSacramento Country Day School-The OctagonSenior on music: 'I definitely want to keep playing for as long as I can'You demonstrate advanced writing for high school journalism. Nice, clean story.Arikta TrivediHigh school students who submitted profile stories selected interesting topics relevant to their school community and beyond. Some of the writers demonstrated writing skills beyond their years.
High SchoolsProfile StoryThird PlaceSacramento Country Day School-The OctagonSenior swimmer commits to Divison I universityThis story has very clean, advanced writing for the high school level. While committing to a college is not the most original topic, this reporter used excellent storytelling skills.Arijit TrivediHigh school students who submitted profile stories selected interesting topics relevant to their school community and beyond. Some of the writers demonstrated writing skills beyond their years.
High SchoolsProfile StoryFourth PlaceArchbishop Riordan High School-The CrusaderSan FranciscoRiordan manager Dominic Stevens' iconic journey to the courtThis is a lovely story about an athlete pursuing a dream. But the one thing that is unclear to me: Why did Dominic wait until the last game to try basketball? There must be a reason that for years he was team manager, but then wanted to play. Your whole school may know why, but I don't. That said, still an inspiring story.Steven RissottoHigh school students who submitted profile stories selected interesting topics relevant to their school community and beyond. Some of the writers demonstrated writing skills beyond their years.
High SchoolsProfile StoryFifth PlaceArchbishop Riordan High School-The CrusaderSan FranciscoFallen Crusader remembered decades after Golden Dragon MassacreYou have a very intriguing topic. As a profile story, however, I would have liked to have learned a lot more about this fallen Crusader. I also needed more information about why some of the people were quoted, and why their comments matter.CJ CabaneroHigh school students who submitted profile stories selected interesting topics relevant to their school community and beyond. Some of the writers demonstrated writing skills beyond their years.
4-Year UniversitiesSports Action PhotoFirst PlaceCal Poly-Pomona-The Poly PostPomonaBronco success at Rossi RelaysI love everything about this shot: the timing, the expression, sharpness and especially the color. It really pops.Nouk Keovyphone
4-Year UniversitiesSports Action PhotoSecond PlaceCSU Fullerton-Daily TitanFullertonCSUF grabs first Big West win against Long BeachThe framing is terrific, as are the expressionsKason Clark
4-Year UniversitiesSports Action PhotoThird PlaceUC Berkeley-The Daily CalifornianBerkeleyCal falls to Arizona State despite defensive showcaseJosh Kahen
4-Year UniversitiesSports Action PhotoFourth PlaceCSU Chico-The OrionChicoStrike!Fun shot. Perfectly timed, and the batter's expression (or lack of) is priceless.Hana Beaty
4-Year UniversitiesSports Action PhotoFifth PlaceCSU Fresno-The CollegianFresnoBlackwell leads 'Dogs in the win against Air ForceGreat action.Armando Carreno
2-Year CollegesSports Action PhotoFirst PlaceSan Jose City College-The TimesSan JoseSJCC men's basketball team scores this season with new head coachThe first-place winner stood out as it was a peak action basketball moment. Would have been much stronger cropped tighter from top, but can see why the photographer left the reflection in, that's different and cool.Nubis DeVante
2-Year CollegesSports Action PhotoSecond PlaceLas Positas College-ExpressLivermoreLPC's women's basketball against ChabotSecond-place was kind of a regular moment, but had a good tight crop.Alan Lewis
2-Year CollegesSports Action PhotoThird PlaceDiablo Valley College-The InquirerPleasant HillVikings' Pivotal Win Keeps Men's Basketball Team on Track with Championship AspirationsThird-place had some nice peak action.Anthony Perry
2-Year CollegesSports Action PhotoFourth PlaceSan Jose City College-The TimesSan JoseMen's basketballNubis DeVante
2-Year CollegesSports Action PhotoFifth PlaceSan Jose City College-The TimesSan JoseSoftball teamNubis DeVante
High SchoolsEnterprise News Story or SeriesFirst PlaceGranite Bay High School-The GazetteGranite BayParties change in mood after college letter-openingSensitive and indepth reporting about a part of the high school experience that is often overlooked. Great job setting the scene and capturing the emotions of students.
Heba Bounar
High SchoolsEnterprise News Story or SeriesSecond PlaceCastro Valley High School-The OlympianCastro Valley'Stand up, step up and just do it!'Excellent compilation of mini profiles that captures the efforts of students in the face of the pandemic.Jeanette Wallis, Malin Johansson, Miguel Bernas, Hannah Pilgrim
High SchoolsEnterprise News Story or SeriesThird PlaceArchbishop Riordan High School-The CrusaderSan FranciscoIce cream stores melting under economic pressureA well-written look at one of our beloved institutions -- ice cream stores -- that reveals the struggle of small businesses during Covid restrictions.Andrei Lynch
High SchoolsEnterprise News Story or SeriesFourth PlaceSacramento Country Day School-The OctagonNeighbors fight school expansion planExcellent ongoing coverage of a complicated and contentious process. Great example of sticking with a story.
Nihal Gulati
High SchoolsEnterprise News Story or SeriesFifth PlaceArchbishop Riordan High School-The CrusaderSan FranciscoStranded by indoor theaters, moviegoers pull up to drive-insA well-researched look at one of the unexpected results of the pandemic --”the return of drive-ins.
Sean DiNicola
2-Year CollegesGeneral ExcellenceFirst PlaceSouthwestern College-The SunChula VistaThe Southwestern College SunExcellent comprehensive coverage of not only the campus but the community. Sensitive and insightful coverage of social justice issues. The Sun is an asset to the entire community. A pleasure to read.
Sun Staff
2-Year CollegesGeneral ExcellenceSecond PlaceCity College of San Francisco-The GuardsmanSan FranciscoGeneral Excellence Entry #1 - The GuardsmanWell written and impressively comprehensive and packed with excellent reporting. This is not just a guide to City College, but the entire city and, frequently, the nation.Staff Staff
2-Year CollegesGeneral ExcellenceThird PlaceSkyline College-The Skyline ViewSan Bruno01 General ExcellenceGreat job of going indepth on issues that affect students, such as the Adobe pricing changes during the pandemic. Thorough and comprehensive.The Skyline View
2-Year CollegesGeneral ExcellenceFourth PlaceSan Jose City College-The TimesSan JoseSJCC Times Feb. 25 and Sept. 1An excellent campus newspaper. Clear, concise writing.Elaisa Acosta Meneses, Nhu Miu Dang, Steve Hill, San Jose City College Times Staff
2-Year CollegesGeneral ExcellenceFifth PlaceSan Joaquin Delta College-The CollegianStocktonThe CollegianComprehensive with great reporting and writing.Collegian Staff
High SchoolsWritingFirst PlaceArchbishop Riordan High School-The CrusaderSan FranciscoDeath of Riordan alumnus shrouded in mysteryA riveting story about the fate of an alumnus who died working as an undercover police officer. Compelling writing that does not sensationalize.Steven Rissotto
High SchoolsWritingSecond PlaceCastro Valley High School-The OlympianCastro ValleyStand up, step up and just do it!'Well written compendium of student efforts in the face of a pandemic. Telling detail that brings students to life.
Jeanette Wallis, Malin Johansson, Miguel Bernas, Hannah Pilgrim
High SchoolsWritingThird PlaceSacramento Country Day School-The OctagonThousands of lightning strikes spark hundreds of fires across CaliforniaA portrait of a storm and a fire that keeps the people affected by it front and center. Excellent writing and reporting.Arjin Claire
High SchoolsWritingFourth PlaceArchbishop Riordan High School-The CrusaderSan FranciscoCoronavirus crisis forces 2019-2020 school year to continue onlineA comprehensive look at how one school dealt with the Covid shutdown.Steven Rissotto, Antonio Maffei
High SchoolsWritingFifth PlaceGranite Bay High School-The GazetteGranite BayClassroom Compromise: District works to accommodate all teachers' needs as schools reopenA well-written look at the tension between teacher safety and reopening during the pandemic.Justin Ha
2-Year CollegesOnline General ExcellenceFirst PlaceLas Positas College-ExpressLivermoreLPCExpressNews.comGood depth and breath of the coverage, user friendly, nice photography. Good choice of topics.The Express StaffGood job!
2-Year CollegesOnline General ExcellenceSecond PlaceSan Joaquin Delta College-The CollegianStocktonThe CollegianGood depth and breadth of coverage.Collegian StaffGood job!
2-Year CollegesOnline General ExcellenceThird PlaceCity College of San Francisco-The GuardsmanSan FranciscoTheGuardsman.comGood depth and breadth of stories, nice webdesign and easy to use.Staff StaffGood job!
2-Year CollegesOnline General ExcellenceFourth PlaceSanta Rosa Junior College-The Oak LeafSanta RosaThe Oak Leaf NewsNice choice of topics, good visual appeal.The Oak Leaf StaffGood job!
2-Year CollegesOnline General ExcellenceFifth PlaceSkyline College-The Skyline ViewSan Bruno11 Online General ExcellenceThe Skyline ViewGood job!
High SchoolsColumnsFirst PlaceGranite Bay High School-The GazetteGranite BayCommentary: Forced diversity in entertainment is dismal progress; Commentary: Women can't winPresented their positions in unique and captivating ways.Piper BaconI thoroughly enjoyed reading pieces by such a unique blend of voices and unique perspectives. Everyone who applied should be proud of the work they put forward.
High SchoolsColumnsSecond PlaceCastro Valley High School-The OlympianCastro ValleyAlex TamTook clear positions and backed them up with strong examples and evidence.Alex TamI thoroughly enjoyed reading pieces by such a unique blend of voices and unique perspectives. Everyone who applied should be proud of the work they put forward.
High SchoolsColumnsThird PlaceCastro Valley High School-The OlympianCastro ValleyJosie de la TorreBy writing about personal experiences I was invested and impacted by the work.Josie de la TorreI thoroughly enjoyed reading pieces by such a unique blend of voices and unique perspectives. Everyone who applied should be proud of the work they put forward.
High SchoolsColumnsFourth PlaceGranite Bay High School-The GazetteGranite BayCommentary: When the trip of a lifetime begins to feel like a nightmare; Commentary: My connection to Mexican culture is mainly my DNA, is that enough?Strong narrative writing and interesting introspection in both pieces.Ali JuellI thoroughly enjoyed reading pieces by such a unique blend of voices and unique perspectives. Everyone who applied should be proud of the work they put forward.
High SchoolsColumnsFifth PlaceSacramento Country Day School-The OctagonMY ANGLE: Being stuck at home isn't so bad; QUARANTINE CRASH COURSE: Sophomore spends week focused on photographyI learned something about photography and enjoyed the online presentation.Arjin ClaireI thoroughly enjoyed reading pieces by such a unique blend of voices and unique perspectives. Everyone who applied should be proud of the work they put forward.
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!
High SchoolsIllustrationFirst PlaceSacramento Country Day School-The OctagonMissed Opportunities During COVID-19Brynne Barnard-Bahn
High SchoolsIllustrationSecond PlaceSacramento Country Day School-The OctagonCOVID-19 BluesEric Lechpammer
High SchoolsIllustrationThird PlaceArchbishop Riordan High School-The CrusaderSan FranciscoRiordan embraces online learning-new trend in American education systemMiles Poon
High SchoolsIllustrationFourth PlaceArchbishop Riordan High School-The CrusaderSan FranciscoFans bid farewell to Chadwick Boseman, hero on and off screenRizlin Jew
High SchoolsIllustrationFifth PlaceCastro Valley High School-The OlympianCastro ValleyTrojans tense as election fight drags onTiffany Ho
2-Year CollegesNews PhotoFirst PlaceSanta Rosa Junior College-The Oak LeafSanta RosaShady Fire 1Nick Vides
2-Year CollegesNews PhotoSecond PlaceSanta Rosa Junior College-The Oak LeafSanta RosaShady/Glass Fire 3Nick Vides
2-Year CollegesNews PhotoThird PlaceSanta Rosa Junior College-The Oak LeafSanta RosaShady/Glass Fire 4Nick Vides
2-Year CollegesNews PhotoFourth PlaceSouthwestern College-The SunChula VistaAppealing to a Higher AuthorityJulia Woock
2-Year CollegesNews PhotoFifth PlaceSan Jose City College-The TimesSan JoseFood bankElaisa Acosta Meneses
High SchoolsCoverage of the COVID-19 PandemicFirst PlaceArchbishop Riordan High School-The CrusaderSan FranciscoShelter tales: pet adoptions increase during pandemicSteven Rissotto
High SchoolsCoverage of the COVID-19 PandemicSecond PlaceSacramento Country Day School-The OctagonSenior returns to her home in Netherlands, encounters its 'intelligent' lockdownHéloïse Schep
High SchoolsCoverage of the COVID-19 PandemicThird PlaceGranite Bay High School-The GazetteGranite BayCoronavirus Journals, Week 1Heba Bounar, Julietta Golovey, Ali Juell, Mareesa Islam
High SchoolsCoverage of the COVID-19 PandemicFourth PlaceSacramento Country Day School-The OctagonCOVID-19 pandemic takes major toll on parent health care workersLarkin Barnard-Bahn
High SchoolsCoverage of the COVID-19 PandemicFifth PlaceArchbishop Riordan High School-The CrusaderSan FranciscoFirst responders battle COVID-19 with compassion, medicine, supportMatt Balmy
High SchoolsFeature PhotoFirst PlaceSacramento Country Day School-The OctagonCOVID-19 GraduationAn utterly charming photo of a graduate with balloons and a terrific smile, captured perfectly by the photographer. A very nice feature photo that any pro photog would be happy to take.Arikta TrivediNice selection of photos to judge. It was a very pleasant task, but one photo stood out: A smiling graduate surrounded by balloons. A dramatic series of photos by the staff of San Francisco's Archbishop Riordan High School would have been better entered in news photo competition. But the feature category criteria ruled out most of their entries.

However, I'll do something I probably shouldn't do: Mention two photos that weren;t nominated.

They are part of the series that included three nominated photos in the feature category, but were not among those nominated:

https://rcrusadernews.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Tam1-1.jpeg

A dramatic photo by Brandon Tam taken under extremely adverse lighting conditions and, perhaps with a bit of cropping off the bottom, a terrific illustration of the extreme smoke conditions in 2020.

Another Brandon Tam photo is also a great image:

https://rcrusadernews.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/tam7-1.jpeg

The ghostly pedestrian is a nice touch. Again, a little cropping off the bottom might help.
High SchoolsFeature PhotoSecond PlaceSacramento Country Day School-The OctagonFolklorico DancerCapturing motion indoors with back lighting is not easy, but this photog did the trick. Nicely done, and I'm sure the dancer was pleased too.Emma BoersmaNice selection of photos to judge. It was a very pleasant task, but one photo stood out: A smiling graduate surrounded by balloons. A dramatic series of photos by the staff of San Francisco's Archbishop Riordan High School would have been better entered in news photo competition. But the feature category criteria ruled out most of their entries.

However, I'll do something I probably shouldn't do: Mention two photos that weren;t nominated.

They are part of the series that included three nominated photos in the feature category, but were not among those nominated:

https://rcrusadernews.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Tam1-1.jpeg

A dramatic photo by Brandon Tam taken under extremely adverse lighting conditions and, perhaps with a bit of cropping off the bottom, a terrific illustration of the extreme smoke conditions in 2020.

Another Brandon Tam photo is also a great image:

https://rcrusadernews.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/tam7-1.jpeg

The ghostly pedestrian is a nice touch. Again, a little cropping off the bottom might help.
High SchoolsFeature PhotoThird PlaceCastro Valley High School-The OlympianCastro Valley'Chicago' plays a swan songA group photo on stage is a tough thing to shoot -- The New York Times photographer Sara Krulwich recently got an honorary Tony Award for her career taking pictures on Broadway. It's not easy to capture a chorus line, but this shot makes it look like a piece of cake. Well done.Katy SilerNice selection of photos to judge. It was a very pleasant task, but one photo stood out: A smiling graduate surrounded by balloons.

A dramatic series of photos by the staff of San Francisco's Archbishop Riordan High School would have been better entered in news photo competition. But the feature category criteria ruled out most of their entries.

However, I'll do something I probably shouldn't do: Mention two photos that weren;t nominated.

They are part of the series that included three nominated photos in the feature category, but were not among those nominated:

https://rcrusadernews.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Tam1-1.jpeg

A dramatic photo by Brandon Tam taken under extremely adverse lighting conditions and, perhaps with a bit of cropping off the bottom, a terrific illustration of the extreme smoke conditions in 2020.

Another Brandon Tam photo is also a great image:

https://rcrusadernews.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/tam7-1.jpeg

The ghostly pedestrian is a nice touch. Again, a little cropping off the bottom might help.
High SchoolsFeature PhotoFourth PlaceArchbishop Riordan High School-The CrusaderSan FranciscoOrange haze permeates Bay Area skies: Bay BridgeBrandon Tam photo of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge with forest fire smoke casting an orangish pall.Brandon TamNice selection of photos to judge. It was a very pleasant task, but one photo stood out: A smiling graduate surrounded by balloons.

A dramatic series of photos by the staff of San Francisco's Archbishop Riordan High School would have been better entered in news photo competition. But the feature category criteria ruled out most of their entries.

However, I'll do something I probably shouldn't do: Mention two photos that weren;t nominated.

They are part of the series that included three nominated photos in the feature category, but were not among those nominated:

https://rcrusadernews.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Tam1-1.jpeg

A dramatic photo by Brandon Tam taken under extremely adverse lighting conditions and, perhaps with a bit of cropping off the bottom, a terrific illustration of the extreme smoke conditions in 2020.

Another Brandon Tam photo is also a great image:

https://rcrusadernews.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/tam7-1.jpeg

The ghostly pedestrian is a nice touch. Again, a little cropping off the bottom might help.
High SchoolsFeature PhotoFifth PlaceSacramento Country Day School-The OctagonStudent Collections Photo: DylanA nice understated portrait with -- this is true -- VHS tapes. How to illustrate a guy and his video collection? Here's a nice way.Emma BoersmaNice selection of photos to judge. It was a very pleasant task, but one photo stood out: A smiling graduate surrounded by balloons.

A dramatic series of photos by the staff of San Francisco's Archbishop Riordan High School would have been better entered in news photo competition. But the feature category criteria ruled out most of their entries.

However, I'll do something I probably shouldn't do: Mention two photos that weren;t nominated.

They are part of the series that included three nominated photos in the feature category, but were not among those nominated:

https://rcrusadernews.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Tam1-1.jpeg

A dramatic photo by Brandon Tam taken under extremely adverse lighting conditions and, perhaps with a bit of cropping off the bottom, a terrific illustration of the extreme smoke conditions in 2020.

Another Brandon Tam photo is also a great image:

https://rcrusadernews.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/tam7-1.jpeg

The ghostly pedestrian is a nice touch. Again, a little cropping off the bottom might help.
2-Year CollegesIllustrationFirst PlaceSan Jose City College-The TimesSan JoseMusic influences students at SJCC, Real-life stories of how music can impact peopleWell planned, well-designed, well executed and, well, excellent. A clever idea that perfectly expresses a mood. A truly professional-level effort.Joshua SartainWhat a tough category to judge. I passed on at least two edgy nominations because they lacked context -- what stories did they illustrate? The good news here is that the next generation of illustrators are not afraid to make important statements or try new techniques.

The winning entry would be at home in any professional publication.
2-Year CollegesIllustrationSecond PlaceCity College of San Francisco-The GuardsmanSan FranciscoIllustration #1 - The GuardsmanA clever election-season idea: America as a chessboard. And of course we know who the two pieces are. The multicultural spectators are watching, but not moving the pieces. Nice idea to blend the body type into the illustration.Manon CadenauleWhat a tough category to judge. I passed on at least two edgy nominations because they lacked context -- what stories did they illustrate? The good news here is that the next generation of illustrators are not afraid to make important statements or try new techniques.

The winning entry would be at home in any professional publication.
2-Year CollegesIllustrationThird PlaceSouthwestern College-The SunChula VistaMexican Women Live in Fear of Rape and MurderDark, Dia del Muertos illustration for a serious subject. Beautifully brings together culture and a sense of foreboding, nicely executed by the artist.Xiomara Villarreal-Gerardo, Ji Ho KimWhat a tough category to judge.

I passed on at least two edgy nominations because they lacked context -- what stories did they illustrate?

The good news here is that the next generation of illustrators are not afraid to make important statements or try new techniques.

The winning entry would be at home in any professional publication.
2-Year CollegesIllustrationFourth PlaceSan Jose City College-The TimesSan JoseWash your handsNhu Miu DangWhat a tough category to judge.

I passed on at least two edgy nominations because they lacked context -- what stories did they illustrate?

The good news here is that the next generation of illustrators are not afraid to make important statements or try new techniques.

The winning entry would be at home in any professional publication.
2-Year CollegesIllustrationFifth PlaceLas Positas College-ExpressLivermoreDrugs and jailDark, gloomy and a place where there is little hope. The desperation of the subject in the center is palpable. A tough assignment for any illustrator is handled well here.Tiffany Summers-JohnsonWhat a tough category to judge.

I passed on at least two edgy nominations because they lacked context -- what stories did they illustrate?

The good news here is that the next generation of illustrators are not afraid to make important statements or try new techniques.

The winning entry would be at home in any professional publication.
2-Year CollegesColumnsFirst PlaceSouthwestern College-The SunChula VistaJust in the CultureI've seen a lot of post-crash Kobe Bryant columns, but this was one of the better ones. And the other entry was personal, touching and brilliant. Nicely done.Justin DotterySouthwestern College gave me quite a bit to read, and think about. The #1 and #2 winners both center on underrepresented communities, and all four examples make me hope to run into the authors again after they enter the profession.

The difference between #1 and #2 was razor-thin.

The other three winners all brought important voices or subjects to their readers.

A special shout-out to San Jose City College, which got shut out but presented three strong nominations. Quoting Noam Chomsky and criticizing President Obama in the same column shows they are willing to think outside the box, never a bad thing in college.

2-Year CollegesColumnsSecond PlaceSouthwestern College-The SunChula VistaJourney for JusticeIt was tough to give this the #2 award instead of #1 -- the research and subject matter are first-class. The author has a future on an editorial board, perhaps. Keep up the good work.Julia WoockSouthwestern College gave me quite a bit to read, and think about. The #1 and #2 winners both center on underrepresented communities, and all four examples make me hope to run into the authors again after they enter the profession.

The difference between #1 and #2 was razor-thin.

The other three winners all brought important voices or subjects to their readers.

A special shout-out to San Jose City College, which got shut out but presented three strong nominations. Quoting Noam Chomsky and criticizing President Obama in the same column shows they are willing to think outside the box, never a bad thing in college.

2-Year CollegesColumnsThird PlaceDiablo Valley College-The InquirerPleasant HillAs Tumbling Enrollment Rattles Education Across California, Does the State Need to Step In?Important issues addressed well will always find an audience. The Death of Civil Debate it not a typical subject for a college newspaper, and a well-researched column about falling college enrollments might strike some as provincial, but both columns make a good argument for making their readers care. Good job.Cheasanee Hetherington, Anthony PerrySouthwestern College gave me quite a bit to read, and think about. The #1 and #2 winners both center on underrepresented communities, and all four examples make me hope to run into the authors again after they enter the profession.

The difference between #1 and #2 was razor-thin.

The other three winners all brought important voices or subjects to their readers.

A special shout-out to San Jose City College, which got shut out but presented three strong nominations. Quoting Noam Chomsky and criticizing President Obama in the same column shows they are willing to think outside the box, never a bad thing in college.

2-Year CollegesColumnsFourth PlaceSanta Rosa Junior College-The Oak LeafSanta RosaColumns by James DomizioWriting brevity is a lost art, perhaps, but this column seems to pack a lot into a small news hole. That's no mean feat.James DomizioSouthwestern College gave me quite a bit to read, and think about. The #1 and #2 winners both center on underrepresented communities, and all four examples make me hope to run into the authors again after they enter the profession.

The difference between #1 and #2 was razor-thin.

The other three winners all brought important voices or subjects to their readers.

A special shout-out to San Jose City College, which got shut out but presented three strong nominations. Quoting Noam Chomsky and criticizing President Obama in the same column shows they are willing to think outside the box, never a bad thing in college.

2-Year CollegesColumnsFifth PlaceSan Joaquin Delta College-The CollegianStocktonOn the Menu with MariaI'm a sucker for well-executed food columns, and in this case the author is also the photographer. It's a well-researched column with a charming appeal. Well done (no pun intended).Maria Abugarade RayoSouthwestern College gave me quite a bit to read, and think about. The #1 and #2 winners both center on underrepresented communities, and all four examples make me hope to run into the authors again after they enter the profession.

The difference between #1 and #2 was razor-thin.

The other three winners all brought important voices or subjects to their readers.

A special shout-out to San Jose City College, which got shut out but presented three strong nominations. Quoting Noam Chomsky and criticizing President Obama in the same column shows they are willing to think outside the box, never a bad thing in college.

High SchoolsGeneral ExcellenceFirst PlaceGranite Bay High School-The GazetteGranite BayMarch and May Issues of The GazetteSpectacular layouts, story selection and headlines that attract readers. An outstanding publication.Granite Bay Gazette StaffersWith widely varying resources and student bodies, this category produces five winners.

#1 Granite Bay simply blew the doors off the competition with break-the-mold layouts, news graphics and typography.

Each of the other winners brought strengths, with San Francisco's Archbishop Riordan and Castro Valley showing that quality news (and a certain charm that attracts readers) can still be delivered even when fancy typography and layouts aren't available.

It was a pleasure to judge this category.
High SchoolsGeneral ExcellenceSecond PlaceHarvard-Westlake School-The ChronicleNorth HollywoodJune, 2020 and August, 2020A clean, simpler cover than some of the other nominees, but inside the colorful features and photography make this a top-notch high school publicationLindsay Wu, Tammer Bagdasarian, Ethan Lachman, Hannah HanWith widely varying resources and student bodies, this category produces five winners.

#1 Granite Bay simply blew the doors off the competition with break-the-mold layouts, news graphics and typography.

Each of the other winners brought strengths, with San Francisco's Archbishop Riordan and Castro Valley showing that quality news (and a certain charm that attracts readers) can still be delivered even when fancy typography and layouts aren't available.

It was a pleasure to judge this category.
High SchoolsGeneral ExcellenceThird PlaceSacramento Country Day School-The OctagonThe Octagon Volume 44 Issues 2 and 3Fewer pages than some of the other nominees, but quality layouts and typography give it a college publication feel.
Sanjana Anand, Ethan Monasa, Arijit Trivedi, Ming ZhuWith widely varying resources and student bodies, this category produces five winners.

#1 Granite Bay simply blew the doors off the competition with break-the-mold layouts, news graphics and typography.

Each of the other winners brought strengths, with San Francisco's Archbishop Riordan and Castro Valley showing that quality news (and a certain charm that attracts readers) can still be delivered even when fancy typography and layouts aren't available.

It was a pleasure to judge this category.
High SchoolsGeneral ExcellenceFourth PlaceArchbishop Riordan High School-The CrusaderSan FranciscoThe Crusader Spring and Summer Editions 2020They covered controversial stories, such as the recent move to co-ed student body, but still keep a small-school feel to the paper.Steven Rissotto, Antonio Maffei, Jamar Kittling, Brandon VargasWith widely varying resources and student bodies, this category produces five winners.

#1 Granite Bay simply blew the doors off the competition with break-the-mold layouts, news graphics and typography.

Each of the other winners brought strengths, with San Francisco's Archbishop Riordan and Castro Valley showing that quality news (and a certain charm that attracts readers) can still be delivered even when fancy typography and layouts aren't available.

It was a pleasure to judge this category.
High SchoolsGeneral ExcellenceFifth PlaceCastro Valley High School-The OlympianCastro ValleyThe OlympianLess polished graphics and rougher layouts than some of the nominees, but a home-made charm that is undeniable. The only nominee to submit an all-B&W issue. It's tough to do all B&W, but they pull it off and even produced nice monochrome news graphics.The OlympianWith widely varying resources and student bodies, this category produces five winners.

#1 Granite Bay simply blew the doors off the competition with break-the-mold layouts, news graphics and typography.

Each of the other winners brought strengths, with San Francisco's Archbishop Riordan and Castro Valley showing that quality news (and a certain charm that attracts readers) can still be delivered even when fancy typography and layouts aren't available.

It was a pleasure to judge this category.
4-Year UniversitiesWritingFirst PlaceUC Berkeley-The Daily CalifornianBerkeleyGrave robbing at UC Berkeley: A history of failed repatriationSage Alexander
4-Year UniversitiesWritingSecond PlaceUC Berkeley-The Daily CalifornianBerkeleyBlockeley University hosts virtual commencement for UC Berkeley class of 2020Kaleo Mark
4-Year UniversitiesWritingThird PlaceSan Jose State University-Spartan DailySan JoseStabbing Spree Leaves 2 Dead, 3 InjuredBryanna Bartlett
4-Year UniversitiesWritingFourth PlaceCSU Chico-The OrionChicoInternal investigation finds $1 million in alleged fraud by 4 employees of Chico State's Department of AccountingKimberly Morales
4-Year UniversitiesWritingFifth PlaceCSU Chico-The OrionChicoNorth Complex Fire raging near OrovilleChloe Curtis, Matthew Wreden, Kimberly Morales
2-Year CollegesFeature PhotoFirst PlaceCity College of San Francisco-The GuardsmanSan FranciscoFeature Photo #1 - The GuardsmanGood composition. Captured the action and the expressions! Great shot!Melvin Wong
2-Year CollegesFeature PhotoSecond PlaceSanta Rosa Junior College-The Oak LeafSanta RosaJeremiah's Photo Corner - Feature PhotoGreat shot. A lot to look at in the photo, but the main character is clear. What an expression! Good work.Aryk Copley
2-Year CollegesFeature PhotoThird PlaceCity College of San Francisco-The GuardsmanSan FranciscoFeature Photo #2 - The GuardsmanGreat color and composition. Use of light is excellent. Keep up the good work.Emily Trinh
2-Year CollegesFeature PhotoFourth PlaceSan Jose City College-The TimesSan JoseRemembering schoolGood job capturing the empty courtyard and the empty feeling of Covid-19. Nice lead-in room for the eye with the leaves moving toward the table.Dung Tran
2-Year CollegesFeature PhotoFifth PlaceSan Jose City College-The TimesSan JoseEssential workerGood job capturing a key story of the pandemic. Good rule of thirds and color contrasts -- blue clothing and white truck. Nice work!
Dung Tran
4-Year UniversitiesProfile StoryFirst PlaceCSU Long Beach-Daily 49erLong BeachCSULB student raises the barrePaula Kiley, Aubrey Balster
4-Year UniversitiesProfile StorySecond PlaceStanford University-The Stanford DailyStanfordFamily, determination and a dream: The Real Woods storyTammer Bagdasarian
4-Year UniversitiesProfile StoryThird PlaceUC Berkeley-The Daily CalifornianBerkeleyFoundation in family, football motivate Cal right guard McKade MettauerJasper Sundeen
4-Year UniversitiesProfile StoryFourth PlaceUC Berkeley-The Daily CalifornianBerkeleyThe Obon Society: The radical act of empathyKatherine Blesie
4-Year UniversitiesProfile StoryFifth PlaceCal Poly-Pomona-The Poly PostPomonaNew executive director of inclusion and belonging talks unity, social justiceSamantha Lopez
2-Year CollegesEnterprise News Story or SeriesFirst PlaceSanta Rosa Junior College-The Oak LeafSanta RosaJoe Rodota TrailGood use of photos and voices. Thorough coverage of a local issue. Excellent work.
The Oak Leaf Staff
2-Year CollegesEnterprise News Story or SeriesSecond PlaceSouthwestern College-The SunChula VistaStranded in TijuanaGreat reporting at the border. Tough stories about a tough issue. Great reporting. Solid writing.Julia Woock
2-Year CollegesEnterprise News Story or SeriesThird PlaceDiablo Valley College-The InquirerPleasant HillCollege District in Disarray: Senates Pledge No Confidence Vote on Governing Board Ahead of Chancellor Nomination and Accreditation ReviewComprehensive coverage of a local issue that impacts lots of students and faculty. Good work following the story to its outcome.Cheasanee Hetherington
2-Year CollegesEnterprise News Story or SeriesFourth PlaceSanta Rosa Junior College-The Oak LeafSanta RosaElection-related feature storiesLots of stories hear to help people think about the election. As a package, it works.Jonathan Bigall, Willow Ornellas, Emma Molloy, Peyton Krzyzek
2-Year CollegesEnterprise News Story or SeriesFifth PlaceSouthwestern College-The SunChula VistaDeath and Injustice in the BorderlandsImportant coverage of an issue that deserves attention. Veered into opinion in the first piece. Be careful about that.Julia Woock
4-Year UniversitiesCoverage of the COVID-19 PandemicFirst PlaceCSU Chico-The OrionChicoFearing for my father's lifeA heartfelt, effective piece about an important topic, with a good mix of personal experience and expert sources.Erin Holve
4-Year UniversitiesCoverage of the COVID-19 PandemicSecond PlaceStanford University-The Stanford DailyStanford'This is what we signed up for': Stanford Hospital doctors weary but optimistic on frontlines of coronavirus responseCandid interviews and some nice quotes give the reader an inside view of the challenges faced by some of the pandemic's medical heroes.Daniel Wu
4-Year UniversitiesCoverage of the COVID-19 PandemicThird PlaceCSU Northridge-The SundialNorthridgeRenters rights: California orders protect tenants from evictions during the coronavirus pandemicA classic 'news you can use' story that uses real people to illustrate a problem, and also offers information to help the reader.Natalie Miranda
4-Year UniversitiesCoverage of the COVID-19 PandemicFourth PlaceCSU Fresno-The CollegianFresnoCOVID-19 shatters championship dreamsNice mix of voices in a solid piece that showcases a potentially long-lasting impact of the pandemic.Anthony De Leon
4-Year UniversitiesCoverage of the COVID-19 PandemicFifth PlaceCSU Fullerton-Daily TitanFullertonStudents struggle with connectivity as CSUF transitions onlineTimely, well-reported piece about a real problem students faced early in the pandemic.Kim Pham
2-Year CollegesCoverage of the COVID-19 PandemicFirst PlaceSanta Rosa Junior College-The Oak LeafSanta RosaSilent Stress: Living with Mental Illness Amidst PandemicImportant story with a great incorporation of national and local dataMichael Combs
2-Year CollegesCoverage of the COVID-19 PandemicSecond PlaceSouthwestern College-The SunChula VistaFrontline StudentImportant story of the pandemic as a learning opportunity and not only a burdenAna Paola Olvera
2-Year CollegesCoverage of the COVID-19 PandemicThird PlaceSouthwestern College-The SunChula VistaParty CrashersGreat contribution to the COVID-related topic from the perspective of the music industry nicely tied to the student communityKarla Luna
2-Year CollegesCoverage of the COVID-19 PandemicFourth PlaceCity College of San Francisco-The GuardsmanSan FranciscoCity College Goes DigitalVery solid writing for the general newsTyler Breisacher
2-Year CollegesCoverage of the COVID-19 PandemicFifth PlaceCity College of San Francisco-The GuardsmanSan FranciscoCOVID-19 Steals Title From Undefeated RamsGood lead! Relevant story for the sports community told from the angle of typical sports reportingMeyer Gorelick
4-Year UniversitiesColumnsFirst PlaceUC Berkeley-The Daily CalifornianBerkeleyCal in ColorReally well-defined, pronounced voice. I like that the two submitted entries built on one another.Savon Bardell
4-Year UniversitiesColumnsSecond PlaceCSU Long Beach-Daily 49erLong BeachYou're so polite//Seeing ourselves on screenI liked the mix of personal story and links to outside research, as well as your ability to bring readers into your personal experiences.Jireh Deng
4-Year UniversitiesColumnsThird PlaceCal Poly-Pomona-The Poly PostPomonaNicholas Talamante: on national issuesNicholas Talamante
4-Year UniversitiesColumnsFourth PlaceCSU Fullerton-Daily TitanFullertonJordan Mendoza columnsJordan Mendoza
4-Year UniversitiesColumnsFifth PlaceUC Berkeley-The Daily CalifornianBerkeleyThinking Outside the BinaryElaina Guerrero
4-Year UniversitiesFeature PhotoFirst PlaceCSU Northridge-The SundialNorthridgeInmate FirefighterTIghtly-framed, low angle portrait successfully shows the grit and determination of an exhausted firefighter. Perfectly exposed.Logan Bik
4-Year UniversitiesFeature PhotoSecond PlaceCSU Chico-The OrionChicoChico State celebrates black gospel for Black History MonthPeak action of a celebratory moment well captured.Angel Ortega
4-Year UniversitiesFeature PhotoThird PlaceCSU Northridge-SceneNorthridgeBrooke CarrilloDignified portraits of homeless woman highlights her strength.Shae Hammond
4-Year UniversitiesFeature PhotoFourth PlaceCSU Long Beach-Daily 49erLong BeachCSULB students help a man achieve his last wishJoyful relationship nicely framed.Austin Brumblay
4-Year UniversitiesFeature PhotoFifth PlaceSan Jose State University-Spartan DailySan JoseLeaders host 'Count All Votes' rally at City HallBlue Nguyen
4-Year UniversitiesIllustrationFirst PlaceCSU Fullerton-Daily TitanFullertonAs the fires rage, politicians need to act against climate changeCSU Fullerton's entries were all very strong - really hard to pick a favorite. But this one for its simple, direct messaging.Huyen Tran Tran
4-Year UniversitiesIllustrationSecond PlaceCSU Fullerton-Daily TitanFullertonDisneyland and Knott's Berry Farm close their gates until AprilWow! Really liked the muted colors showing a desolate Disneyland. And the tumbleweed was a great touch.Huyen Tran Tran
4-Year UniversitiesIllustrationThird PlaceCSU Fullerton-Daily TitanFullertonThe pandemic taught me how to parent with patienceThis graphic told the story so many people are living in the pandemic. Lots going on but it didn't feel too busy.Margaret Tran
4-Year UniversitiesIllustrationFourth PlaceSan Jose State University-Spartan DailySan JoseAnti-Maskers Extend PandemicReally liked the tone and the jaunty virus. Only thing I thought was a bit off was the anti-maskers at a party likely would be smiling.Nick Ybarra
4-Year UniversitiesIllustrationFifth PlaceCal Poly-Pomona-The Poly PostPomonaRuth Bader GinsburgSimple, but really captured her essence.Sharon Wu
4-Year UniversitiesNews PhotoFirst PlaceCSU Long Beach-Daily 49erLong BeachGeorge Floyd protestRichard Grant
4-Year UniversitiesNews PhotoSecond PlaceCSU Northridge-The SundialNorthridgePolice officer and protesterLogan Bik
4-Year UniversitiesNews PhotoThird PlaceCSU Northridge-The SundialNorthridgeBLM protest in L.A.Logan Bik
4-Year UniversitiesNews PhotoFourth PlaceSan Jose State University-Spartan DailySan JoseJustice for Gregory Johnson Jr.Blue Nguyen
2-Year CollegesProfile StoryFirst PlaceSouthwestern College-The SunChula VistaFrontline StudentAna Paola Olvera
2-Year CollegesProfile StorySecond PlaceSouthwestern College-The SunChula VistaElectoral College is in SessionJulia Woock
2-Year CollegesProfile StoryThird PlaceSan Jose City College-The TimesSan JoseThe struggles of an immigrant student trying to fit in American CultureElaisa Acosta Meneses
2-Year CollegesProfile StoryFourth PlaceSanta Rosa Junior College-The Oak LeafSanta RosaOak Leaf: Prison and drugs: An honest conversationWillow Ornellas, Mikel Nordstrom
2-Year CollegesProfile StoryFifth PlaceSanta Rosa Junior College-The Oak LeafSanta RosaJeremiah's Photo CornerAryk Copley
4-Year UniversitiesOnline General ExcellenceFirst PlaceStanford University-The Stanford DailyStanfordThe Stanford DailyCharlie Curnin, Jackie O'Neil, Holden Foreman, Claire WangI'm so impressed with how far student journalism has come since I was in college. Many of the sites feel so fresh and innovative!
4-Year UniversitiesOnline General ExcellenceSecond PlaceUC Berkeley-The Daily CalifornianBerkeleyThe Daily CalifornianSarah Harris, Amanda Bradford, Alexander HongI'm so impressed with how far student journalism has come since I was in college. Many of the sites feel so fresh and innovative!
4-Year UniversitiesOnline General ExcellenceThird PlaceCSU Fullerton-Daily TitanFullertonDailyTitan.comJessica Benda, Adam Maldonado, Jordan MendozaI'm so impressed with how far student journalism has come since I was in college. Many of the sites feel so fresh and innovative!
4-Year UniversitiesOnline General ExcellenceFourth PlaceCSU Long Beach-Daily 49erLong BeachDaily Forty-Niner websiteStaffI'm so impressed with how far student journalism has come since I was in college. Many of the sites feel so fresh and innovative!
4-Year UniversitiesOnline General ExcellenceFifth PlaceCSU Northridge-SceneNorthridgeScene Magazine: UnhousedStaff of Scene Magazine Spring '20I'm so impressed with how far student journalism has come since I was in college. Many of the sites feel so fresh and innovative!
High SchoolsOnline General ExcellenceFirst PlaceSacramento Country Day School-The OctagonOnline OctagonA very nice combination of news, features and sports. Fine graphics; overall nice look. Stories on new faculty member, golf and tennis teams, history day all work well.Ethan Monasa, Arijit Trivedi, Nihal Gulati
High SchoolsOnline General ExcellenceSecond PlaceGranite Bay High School-The GazetteGranite BayGraniteBayToday.orgYou have to appreciate the candor of a story called "Covering campus life when there's nothing to cover." Nice. Good work from Ali Juell on cultural identity. Good features on baseball player, other athlete. Could have used photo at top instead of just picture of school.Granite Bay Today Staffers
High SchoolsOnline General ExcellenceThird PlaceArchbishop Riordan High School-The CrusaderSan FranciscoRCrusaderNewsSteven Rissotto , Antonio Maffei, Jordan Maralit, Grayson Salomon
High SchoolsOnline General ExcellenceFourth PlaceCastro Valley High School-The OlympianCastro ValleyThe OlympianThe Olympian
2-Year CollegesWritingFirst PlaceSouthwestern College-The SunChula VistaAcres of the DeadVery fine writing here. Good photo, also by the reporter. As good as anything you'd see in a metropolitan newspaper.Julia WoockThe first-place winner was an easy choice. The other four were not; all very close. And a few others in the top ten also very good. There was a solid editorial and some decent features on local plays.
2-Year CollegesWritingSecond PlaceCity College of San Francisco-The GuardsmanSan FranciscoInto The World of Dr. SeussInteresting feature. I never lost interest in it. Gave me good background on the late author.Elizabeth LopezThe first-place winner was an easy choice. The other four were not; all very close. And a few others in the top ten also very good. There was a solid editorial and some decent features on local plays.
2-Year CollegesWritingThird PlaceSanta Rosa Junior College-The Oak LeafSanta RosaZoombombingI had heard of Zoombombing; wasn't aware of how pervasive it was. This is a good news story.Lauren SpatesThe first-place winner was an easy choice. The other four were not; all very close. And a few others in the top ten also very good. There was a solid editorial and some decent features on local plays.
2-Year CollegesWritingFourth PlaceDiablo Valley College-The InquirerPleasant HillCollege District in Disarray: Senates Pledge No Confidence Vote on Governing Board Ahead of Chancellor Nomination and Accreditation ReviewComplex news story made easy to understand.
Cheasanee Hetherington, Sarah Bergman, Pavlina MarkovaThe first-place winner was an easy choice. The other four were not; all very close. And a few others in the top ten also very good. There was a solid editorial and some decent features on local plays.
2-Year CollegesWritingFifth PlaceCity College of San Francisco-The GuardsmanSan FranciscoThe Impossible Puzzle: Gianrico Pierucci's Three-Year Quest to Uncover America's Most Notorious Serial KillerGood work. I would have liked it to have been a little longer.Kaiyo FunakiThe first-place winner was an easy choice. The other four were not; all very close. And a few others in the top ten also very good. There was a solid editorial and some decent features on local plays.
4-Year UniversitiesGeneral ExcellenceFirst PlaceUC Berkeley-The Daily CalifornianBerkeleyThe Daily CalifornianReally thought-provoking, diverse content that is thoroughly developed. Enjoyed the special ADA section & diverse angles.Sarah Harris, Amanda Bradford, Alexander Hong
4-Year UniversitiesGeneral ExcellenceSecond PlaceCSU Fullerton-Daily TitanFullertonDaily TitanEnjoyed the hyper local campus news and attention to issues like student employees, faculty and pending student struggles.Jordan Mendoza, Jessica Benda, Adam Maldonado
4-Year UniversitiesGeneral ExcellenceThird PlaceCal Poly-Pomona-The Poly PostPomonaThe Poly PostEnjoyed the specific campus news, great photos & easy to read design.Elizabeth Hernandez, Christina Manuel, Daniela Avila, Grace Mikuriya
4-Year UniversitiesGeneral ExcellenceFourth PlaceCSU Northridge-The SundialNorthridgeGeneral Excellence, Daily Sundial, Feb. 26 and March 4, 2020The Daily Sundial Staff
4-Year UniversitiesGeneral ExcellenceFifth PlaceCSU Chico-The OrionChicoOrion GERayanne Painter, Jacob Collier
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