Indiana State University student publications brought home a total 30 awards from the 2019 Indiana Collegiate Press Association Convention held recently in Indianapolis.
State students won 24 awards from the Indiana Collegiate Press Association (ICPA) for work published in the Indiana Statesman and The Sycamore yearbook.
Within the Office of Student Publications, students immerse themselves in experiential learning from day one.
From reporter to editor to editor in chief, Marissa Schmitter has spent her college career focused on the media.
Around the age of 13, Rob Lafary, '17, learned he was too short and too slow to play professional sports. "When you're little and into sports like I am, professional basketball or baseball are what I wanted to do, but that obviously didn't happen," James "Rob" Lafary said. "Maybe if I was taller or faster, but media has combined my love of sports with the skills I actually have."
Rob Lafary, sports editor for the Indiana Statesman, has won an award from the 2015 Better Newspaper Contest sponsored by the Hoosier State Press Association Foundation.
Hailing from West Terre Haute, Carey Ford is off to a great start with her writing career, as the English major and Creative Writing minor has already been published in “Allusions – The Fine Arts Journal of ISU” and was featured in the 29th annual Authors & Artists series.
The Indiana Statesman got a new look this semester as the newspaper transitioned from its previous tabloid-size format to broadsheet.
Rich Green, WISU-FM general manager, far right, and WISU directors, fill in students interested in working for the campus radio station.
Indiana State University students from the Indiana Statesman and The Sycamore yearbook won 14 awards in the 2016 Indiana Collegiate Press Association competition.
Indiana State University students won 20 awards through the Indiana Collegiate Press Association (ICPA) for work published in the Indiana Statesman newspaper and The Sycamore yearbook.
Indiana State University student Carey Ford, editor in chief at the Indiana Statesman student newspaper, is one of five national winners of a scholarship from the Education Fund of the American Copy Editors Society.
Indiana State University students from the Indiana Statesman and The Sycamore yearbook won 17 awards in the annual Indiana Collegiate Press Association competition."I'm thrilled with the Indiana Statesman's showing in this year's ICPA competition," said Martha Milner, director of student publications. "The Statesman is in the Newspaper 1 category for newspapers that print three or more times each week. This category includes some of the best student newspapers in not only the state, but in the nation."