The Collegian took nine honors in the 2017 All-Ohio Excellence in Journalism Awards from the Press Club of Cleveland.
In the Best Print Feature category, Editor-in-Chief Kristin Hohman won for her two stories, “Suicide on campus” and “Mental health on campus.” Managing Editor
Rebecca Marion also
won in this category for “The life of a service dog.”
Marion was also honored with Best Print Newspaper Story for two other stories, “Credit rollover program proposal would benefit students” and “A student’s comprehensive guide to financial aid.”
Staff writers Mark Perez-Krywany and Cody Grossman won in Best Print Sports Story category for “Anatomy of a season” and “Lopez shatters scoring record,” respectively.
Hohman and Marion, with staff writers Charlotte Weiss and Angela Casey, won for their story, “Ballinger named 6th president of LCCC” in the Best Online Report category. JRNM 151 student Christina Vega also won in this category for “Professor, students create life-saving sensor.”
The awards will be handed out at the Press Club’s awards banquet on June 2 at the House of Blues in downtown Cleveland.