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ACP 2011 | Follow-up on The Campanil’s awards

Group photo of several Campanil editors and staff writers. Left to right: Priscilla Wilson, Nicole Vermeer, Bonnie Horgos, Tara Nelson (Editor in Chief), Tymeesa Ruledge, Lauren Sliter and Stephanie Scerra. (All photos by The Campanil)

The last time we’ve updated, we have listed out seven awards we have won for the California College Media Association’s (CCMA) annual student journalism competition in their non-weekly print section against other California college presses. However, we didn’t know where the awards were placed until we got to the event at Saturday night. Now, we do!

Take a look at the certificates we received:

SECOND PLACE for Best News Page Design.

Received by Chief News Editor Lauren Sliter.

THIRD PLACE for Best Sports Column.

Received by Sports and Health Editor Bonnie Horgos for Contributing Writer Shelby Gibbs. Shelby wrote a column on the lives of student athletes.

SECOND PLACE for Best News Series.

Received again by Lauren Sliter for her coverage on the San Bruno Fire with a eye-witness account from Mills student Hilda Ramos.

FIRST PLACE for Best Arts and Entertainment Story and THIRD PLACE for Best Feature Story.

Online Editor Melodie Miu brings home two certificates and The Campanil‘s only first place plaque on her story about a Paris art gallery in San Francisco. She won the other award for an article on a Mills student who works as a Slow Sex and Desire Coach.

SECOND PLACE for Best News Photo.

This certificate was received by Features Editor Stephanie Scerra. She captured a photo of a group of male graduate students from the Mills music program.

THIRD PLACE for Best Features Page Design.

Received again by Stephanie Scerra in collaboration with former Design Editor and current Managing Editor Nicole Vermeer.

A big thank you!

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For more PHOTOS, check out the Flickr slide show here.

Read the The Campanil staff’s experiences at the ACP 2011 convention in Hollywood, Los Angeles on our website’s special blog page.