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OSU’s Daily Barometer given top award by ONPA

05/12/2015

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Oregon State University’s student newspaper, The Daily Barometer, has been awarded the top prize by the Oregon Newspaper Publisher's Association. The honor was announced May 8 at the 2015 ONPA Collegiate Day conference.

The Barometer won first place in the “general excellence” category, which recognizes the overall achievements of student newspapers from universities and community colleges across Oregon.

Barometer sports writer Josh Worden also won top honors for best sports story, and Ryan Mason won best cartoon. A full list of awards are below.

First place:

‪General excellence, staff

‪Best sports story, Josh Worden

‪Best cartoon, Ryan Mason

Second place:

‪Best design, staff

‪Best writing, Sean Bassinger

Third place:

‪Best section (news), staff

‪Best columnist, Brooklyn Di Raffaele

‪Best sports story, Josh Worden

‪Best graphic, Eric Winkler

‪Best website, staff

 

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