Tri-C Students, Professor Win Nine All-Ohio Journalism Awards
Cleveland Press Club recognizes reporting, photo and illustration achievements
The awards recognize college and professional journalists in a variety of categories, including print and broadcast reporting, photography and illustration.
This year’s Tri-C award winners are:
Jonathan Beard took home three awards for his work in Tri-C’s student newspaper, The Voice. His feature story, "An Interview With Dr. Michael Baston, Tri-C's New President,” placed first in the Features: Personality Profile category. He took second place in the Best Print Feature Story Two-Year, Trade School category for his article “RTA Boost” and third place in the Best Print Newspaper Story Two-Year, Trade School category for his piece, “Getting Students Engaged: How Tri-C’s Student Engagement Office Plans to Connect Students.”
Christina Easter took second and third place for her The Voice article, “The Triceratops Are Back,” in two categories — Best Print Sports Story Two-Year, Trade School and Sports: Non-Daily Newspapers, respectively.
Eden Amador Gorby took home two second-place awards for The Voice: Best Newspaper Website and Best Infographic: Single Page Design Tab for “An Interview With Dr. Michael Baston, Tri-C's New President.”
Edona VaJushi won the Best Print Feature Story Two-Year, Trade School category for “Hosting OYATC” in The Voice.
John Kerezy, associate professor of Media and Journalism Studies, took third place for his five-part Eye On Cleveland series, “Ukrainian Americans in Northeast Ohio’s Response to War,” in the Online General News category. He shared the award with Roman Skalsky.
View the complete list of winners on the Press Club of Cleveland website.
June 05, 2023
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