Scholastic named Newsmagazine of the Year

Author: Notre Dame News

Scholastic award

Scholastic, the University of Notre Dame’s student news magazine, has been named 2010 Newsmagazine of the Year by the Indiana Collegiate Press Association (ICPA).

It also won first-place awards for its issue on alumni-student relations, as well as for best editorial, best opinion column, best sports column, best feature story, best humor column, best cover design, best overall design, best news photo and best sports photo.

Scholastic’s editor-in-chief was Jen Wulf, a senior from Terre Haute, Ind. The magazine is funded by Notre Dame’s Office of Student Affairs.

The ICPA is made up of 46 student newspapers, magazines, yearbooks and online publications from throughout Indiana. The awards were presented at ICPA’s annual convention, held at Ball State University.

Scholastic was founded in 1867.

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