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SPR: Student Press Review - March 2006
More than 4,500 high school student journalists and their faculty advisers converged on Columbia University's Morningside Heights campus from March 15-17, 2006 to take part in the Columbia Scholastic Press Association's (CSPA) 82nd annual Scholastic Convention
CSPA registered 4,509 convention delegates from 567 schools in 41 U.S. states, the District of Columbia and Canada who took part in the event. The convention featured more than 217 speakers presenting 350 sessions during the three-day conference.
The Columbia Scholastic Press Association (CSPA) announced its top awards for scholastic publications at the 82nd annual Scholastic Convention at Columbia University in the City of New York.
Twenty-six newspapers, 18 magazines, and 15 yearbooks received Gold Crown Awards while 93 other scholastic publications received the second highest CSPA award, known as the Silver Crown. Gold Crowns have been presented annually since 1982, and Silver Crowns have been given since 1984.
The Columbia Scholastic Press Association announced its top awards for collegiate publications at the 28th annual College Media Convention.
Fifteen college newspapers, six magazines, and five yearbooks received Gold Crown Awards while 23 other college publications received the second highest CSPA award, known as the Silver Crown. Gold Crowns have been presented annually since 1982, and Silver Crowns have been given since 1984
The Columbia Scholastic Press Association presented six Gold Keys
for distinguished service by journalism educators on Friday, March 17, 2006 during the Advisers Luncheon in Low Memorial Library on the Columbia campus.
The six Gold Keys were presented to: Bonnie Blackman
, Jostens, Inc.; Dr. Gloria Schultz Eastman
Metropolitan State College; Margaret "Peggy" Gregory
, Greenway High School; Brenda Gorsuch
, West Henderson High School; Robin Sawyer
, First Flight High School; and Vicky Wolfe
, Herff Jones, Inc.
It took eight weeks of careful planning for the staff of The Triangle at Columbus North High School in Columbus, Indiana.
They interviewed medical experts; spoke to a professor at Yale University, gathered background material, and collected statistics and opinions.
The feature section titled “That Other Sex:” discussed the medical and psychological risks of participating in oral sex.
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