Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Daily News wins Gold Circle Awards

The Ball State Daily News has won eight national first-place awards in the annual Columbia Scholastic Press Association contest, including the top prizes for sports and in-depth news reporting.

CSPA announced its Gold Circle Awards on Tuesday. The Daily News won 45 of them, including a first place, in-depth coverage, for sportswriter Daniel Sipocz for a story on Title IX. Andrew Mishler and Tyler Poslosky shared the first place sports coverage award.

Chelsea Kardokus took first place awards in computer-generated illustration and typography, and designers Jen Minutillo and David Downham won the top prizes for opinion page and op-ed page design.

Earlier this year, the Daily News took 11 first-place Gold Circle Awards in the video and online categories.

CSPA, founded in 1925, supports student print and online journalists, and is affiliated with the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.


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