CF Student Publications, Contributors Honored
Oct. 26, 2012
College of Central Florida student publications and contributors brought home numerous awards from the Florida College System Publications Association State Awards Banquet in Daytona Beach, Oct. 11-13.
Patriot Press, the student newspaper, placed second overall in Division A, which includes colleges with less than 6,500 students enrolled fulltime. “Imprints,” the student literary and art magazine at the Ocala Campus, ranked third overall in the division. “In the Write Mind,” the Citrus Campus literary and art magazine, ranked fifth overall in the division.
Awards for Patriot Press were presented to Olivia Hendricks, Inner Circle Award for placing in three or more individual categories, first place in feature photo and sports photo, second place in picture story, third place in news photo; Olivia Hendricks and co-editor-in-chief Meaghan Cooper, second in design; Christian Lemire, first place in sports column, arts review and on-site movie review; Nick Wisby, first in sports writing; Jeremy Lentz, first in feature story; Giovanni Santana, first in humor writing; Heather Reinblatt, second in editorial; Kelia West, second in illustration.
Awards for “Imprints” were presented to Ethan Marcus Good, Debra Vazquez Memorial Award for Excellence in Poetry selected from Division A and Division B colleges; Maeghan Gallagher, best poem; Ethan Marcus Good and Morgan Delph, best poetry; Kim Samson, Inner Circle award for winning in three categories, best art individual, art works, and cover; Dori Best, Caitlin Broyles, Stephanie Chesire, Zackary Gray, Stacey Skarritt, Chris Wims, second place in illustrations with text; Caitlin Broyles, Jackie Nash, Kim Samson, second in art works; Chelsea Stulen, second in fiction; Chris Shaber, Chelsea Stulen and Kim Samson, third in cover; honorable mention in editing.
Awards for “In the Write Mind” were presented to Michelle Reeb, first place for staff page and first for illustration with text; Shelly Baumeister, second in individual art; Katharine Widener, second in nonfiction.