The Observer, the student newspaper of Fordham College at Lincoln Center, carried off a number of awards for the paper and its staff this spring, including honors from the Associated Collegiate Press, New York Press Association and the Society of Professional Journalists.
“The Observer has had an amazing run this year,” said Jennie Nau, the paper’s editor-in-chief. “I’m honored to be a part of The Observer and extremely pleased that it is getting the recognition it deserves.”
• First Place, Four-Year College Non-Weekly category, Associated Collegiate Press’ National College
• First Place, General Design, New York Press Association
• Third Place, General Excellence, New York Press Association
• Third Place, Editorials, New York Press Association
• Honorable Mention, Photo Page Layout, Society of News Design
• Second Place, Overall Use of Photography, Society of News Design
• Sports Photography Mark of Excellence, Society of Professional Journalists
• Gabrielle Linzer, First Place, Best Features Article, New York Press Association
• Luke Teegarden, Third Place, Best Features Article, New York Press Association
The Observer is published bi-weekly by an unpaid student staff, and is advised by Elizabeth Stone, Ph.D., professor of English and communication and media studies. The Observer was founded in 1981 and reaches more than 14,000 students at the Lincoln Center and Rose Hill campuses.