Awards

2017

Columbia Scholastic Press Association Silver Crown, Online Website and Newsmagazine

 

2016

National Scholastic Press Association Story of the Year Award, Third Place, Feature Story for It Doesn’t Add Up: Why Does 39 Percent of our Student Population Pay for Math Tutoring? by Willzie Connelly, Hannah Chorley and James Finn

National Scholastic Press Association Design of the Year Award, Eighth Place, Magazine Page/Spread for Here But Not Heard by Staff

Columbia Scholastic Press Association Gold Circle Award, First Place, Cartoons for White Feminism: One Size Does Not Fit All by Tandis Shoushtary

National Student Press Association, All-American, Newsmagazine

Columbia Scholastic Press Association Silver Crown, Online Website and Newsmagazine

Columbia Scholastic Press Association Gold Medalist, Newsmagazine

 

2015

National Scholastic Press Association Story of the Year Award, Third Place, Feature Story for Curing Our Culture: A Postmortem Analysis of New Tech at Tam by Sarah Asch and James Finn

National Scholastic Press Association Story of the Year Award, Third Place, Diversity for I Belong by Raqshan Khan

Columbia Scholastic Press Association Gold Circle Award, Second Place, Personal Opinion: On-Campus Issues for I Belong by Raqshan Khan

Columbia Scholastic Press Association Gold Circle Award, Certificate of Merit, Editorial Cartoons for Cultural Inappropriation by Tandis Shoushtary

Columbia Scholastic Press Association Crown Finalist, Newsmagazine

Columbia Scholastic Press Association Gold Medalist, Newsmagazine

 

2014

National Scholastic Press Association Pacemaker Finalist, Online Website

National Scholastic Press Association Story of the Year Award, First Place, Editorial for All Quiet on the District Front by Staff

National Scholastic Press Association Story of the Year Award, Second Place, Diversity for Undocumented: Navigating Life Without Citizenship by Isaac Cohen

Columbia Scholastic Press Association Gold Circle Award, First Place, Illustration for Start-up Weekend Adventures by Cassie Jeong

Columbia Scholastic Press Association Gold Circle Award, Third Place, Editorial Writing for All Quiet on the District Front by Staff

Columbia Scholastic Press Association Gold Circle Award, Third Place, Illustration for Zine Fest by Cassie Jeong

Columbia Scholastic Press Association Gold Circle Award, Certificate of Merit, In-depth News/Feature Story for Undocumented: Navigating Life Without Citizenship by Isaac Cohen

Columbia Scholastic Press Association Gold Medalist, Newsmagazine

 

2013

National Scholastic Press Association Pacemaker Finalist, Newsmagazine

National Scholastic Press Association Story of the Year Award, Second Place, Feature Story for Life According to Arman: Living with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy by Billie Mandelbaum

National Scholastic Press Association Story of the Year Award, Fourth Place, Diversity for Letting the Indian Go: The Evolution of the Tam Mascot by Mae Puckett

National Scholastic Press Association Story of the Year Award, Honorable Mention, Editorial/Opinion for  EDITORIAL: The Injustice of Tradition by Staff

Columbia Scholastic Press Association Certificate of Merit, Editorial writing for EDITORIAL: The Injustice of Tradition by Staff

Columbia Scholastic Press Association Gold Medalist, Newsmagazine

 

2012

Columbia Scholastic Press Association Silver Medalist, Newsmagazine

 

2011

National Scholastic Press Association Story of the Year Award, Fifth Place, News Story for Moving Past Depression by Carina Albizures

National Scholastic Press Association Story of the Year Award, Honorable Mention, Diversity for Fallen through the cracks: Tam’s lost Latinos’ speak out by Carina Albizures

Columbia Scholastic Press Association Silver Medalist, Newsmagazine

 

2010

National Scholastic Press Association Story of the Year Award, Honorable Mention, Feature Story  for Cut from the Job by Elissa Stolman

Columbia Scholastic Press Association Gold Medalist, Newsmagazine

 

2009

National Scholastic Press Association Story of the Year Award, Third Place, Diversity story for Defining the Problem: Graduation Rates by Thanh Lu and Herb Wade

National Scholastic Press Association Story of the Year Award, Honorable Mention, Feature Story  for Young. Rich. Drunk. by Mac Douglass, Max Schieble and Sam Mandell

Columbia Scholastic Press Association Gold Medalist, Newsmagazine

 

2008

Columbia Scholastic Press Association Silver Medalist, Newsmagazine

 

2007

National Scholastic Press Association Pacemaker Finalist, Online Website

Columbia Scholastic Press Association Gold Medalist, Newsmagazine

 

2006

Columbia Scholastic Press Association Silver Crown, Newsmagazine

Columbia Scholastic Press Association Gold Medalist, Newsmagazine


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