University of La Verne’s journalism students and recent alumni cleaned up in this year’s Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence awards.
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The monumental milestone the Campus Times recently celebrated is an ode to the publications dedication to storytelling and the pursuit of the truth.
About 150 former and present communications alumni, students and faculty – with several former Campus Times editors-in-chief – came out to celebrate the Campus Times’ 100th anniversary, with a party and exhibit of front pages through the ages Saturday in the ACB.
The Campus Times has just hit its centennial milestone as of Monday. The first Campus Times was published on Oct. 14, 1919.
The Campus Times reached a milestone this week – 100 years of serving as a watchdog for not only the University of La Verne but also our local community. Through obstacles, brief hiatuses and award-winning highlights, the paper has established a legacy. And it is a staple of the community.
A two-decade long journey has come to an end this spring for painter and adjunct professor in communications Danielle Eubank, as she completed her mission to paint the world’s five oceans.
Six University of La Verne students and recent alumni won a total of seven first- and second-place awards in the Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence western regional contest recognizing college journalism published in 2018.
La Verne journalism students and recent graduates were awarded seven times over in the Society of Professional Journalist’s Mark of Excellence competition, with awards announced Saturday in Los Angeles.
The Campus Times and La Verne Magazine both won Silver Crown awards from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association, or CSPA, putting them among the top 40 publications total to win Gold or Silver crowns among a field of 1,100 entrants for the 2016-17 academic year.
Brian Velez, who graduated from the University of La Verne in 2013 with a degree in communications-public affairs, died Sept. 27 at age 33 due to an undiagnosed illness.