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The Roundup staff wins awards at journalism conference

The Roundup staff won 29 awards Friday and Saturday during a journalism conference hosted by California State University Fullerton.

The Journalism Association of Community Colleges (JACC) event, conducted once a semester, was attended by colleges across the southland and included mail-in and on the spot contests.

Professional journalists were also on hand to host workshops instructing students in the finer points of working as a professional journalist during the two day event.

 

Bryan Melara received honorable mention for mail-in profile feature story

UD received honorable mention for mail-in sports feature photo.

Maria Salvador won third place for mail-in editorial cartoon, fourth place in magazine illustration, second place for on-the-spot editorial cartoon and second place for mail-in photo story/essay.

Joe Kukuczka won first place for mail-in sports action photo, first place for mail-in sports feature photo

Melody Soto won first place for mail-in feature story.

Mark Gillman received honorable mention for mail-in inside broadsheet design.

Tessa Miller received honorable mention for on-the-spot feature photo.

Kevin Reynolds received honorable mention for on-the-spot opinion.

Arash Rod news received honorable mention for on-the-spot news photo.

Jose Romero won second place for photo story/essay and second place for mail-in photo story/essay.

The Roundup news staff received honorable mention for mail-in front page layout broadsheet design as well as general excellence for their online edition.

 

 

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