Two periodicals produced entirely by students at The University of Alabama have garnered numerous awards in the annual Society of Professional Journalists Region 3 Mark of Excellence contest. The Crimson White newspaper and Alice magazine won first place in six categories and received six finalist awards in the competition. The contest honors the best in collegiate student journalism based on such criteria as enterprise, ingenuity, respect for audience and adherence to high journalistic standards, including the SPJ code of ethics.
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The Crimson White, student newspaper of The University of Alabama, took first place honors as the Best All-Around Daily Student Newspaper at a Four-Year College or University during a ceremony held by the Society of Professional Journalists.
Marr’s Field Journal, The University of Alabama’s undergraduate student literary and arts magazine, won a national Pacemaker award at the Associated Collegiate Press/College Media Advisers convention.
Marr’s Field Journal, the University’s student literary and arts magazine, is one of six national finalists for a prestigious Pacemaker Award.
Andrew Pair, a UA junior from Montgomery, has received the Top Salesperson award for advertising in Horizons magazine, a special edition of The Crimson White student newspaper.