S’ner, Nexus staffers win 2012 SIPA Mail-In Contest awards

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The following Grady journalists earned awards in the 2012 Southern Interscholastic Press Association Mail-In Contest.  The winners were announced last Sunday at the annual SIPA convention  at the University of South Carolina in Columbia.

2012 Southern Interscholastic Press Association Mail-In Contest Winners


Editorial Column

– Second Place: Nile Kendall, “Teachers’ responsibilities must include protecting students from bullying,” Southerner, Volume 64, Issue 4

Staff Editorial

– First Place: Sam Weinstock, “Recall option needed,” Southerner, Volume 64, Issue 7

Feature Story

– First Place: Emma Powers, “Rehearsal gauntlet turns Hairspray cast into family,” Southerner, Volume 64, Issue 5

Sports Column

– Second Place: Phillip Suitts,  “Practice locations remain scarce despite new stadium,” Southerner, Volume 65, Issue 3

Sports Story

– Second Place: Lucy Leonard, “Gauntlet goes 4-2 at tourney,” Southerner, Volume, 64, Issue 6

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– First Place: Williamae Boling, “Classic eatery offers its clientele ‘country club’ amidst strip clubs,” Nexus, Volume 7, Number 3

– Second Place: Diana Powers, “To Be or Not to Be,” Southerner, Volume 65, Issue 3

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– First Place: Phillip Suitts, “Gaining Ground,” Southerner, Volume 65, Issue 2

– Third Place: Joe Lavine and Ollie Aberle-Grasse, “Tricked Out,” Southerner, Volume 65, Issue 3

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