AWARDS

Over the past few years, TSL journalists have been recognized for their excellent reporting skills.

 

2019

From the California News Publishers Association:

First place for Best Writing for Donnie TC Denome’s “Loud hands are proud hands: The joy, freedom, and pain of stimming”

First place for Best Profile Story for Laney Pope and Siena Swift’s “What’s going on at the Denver House? Students in spiritual group push back against cult rumors”

Fourth place for Best Photo Illustration for Talia Bernstein’s work in “The darker side of sports: Career-ending athletic injuries and adjusting to life afterward”

From the California College Media Association:

First place for Best Feature Story for Laney Pope and Siena Swift’s “What’s going on at the Denver House? Students in spiritual group push back against cult rumors”

First place for Best Sports Story for Matthew Kim’s “The darker side of sports: Career-ending athletic injuries and adjusting to life afterward”

First place for Best Infographic for Meghan Joyce’s graphics in “5Cs announce class of 2023 admissions, but multiple schools withhold information”

Second place for Best Breaking News Story for Hank Snowdon and Kellen Browning’s “Claremont McKenna College grapples with second student death in a week”

Second place for Best Newspaper Column for Donnie TC Denome’s “Loud hands are proud hands: The joy, freedom, and pain of stimming”, “Disability support goes beyond accommodations” and “How ‘giving voice to the voiceless’ ignores nuance”

Second place for Best Feature Photograph for Talia Bernstein’s photo in “International students dazzle at 2019 International Autumn Gala”

Second place for Best Interactive Graphic for Jaimie Ding’s graphics in “Claremont trustees have donated more than $7 million to political causes since 2015, with CMC leading the way”

Second place for Best Podcast for Megan Chourreau-Lyon, Ellie Woodward-Webster, Zoey Ginsberg, Ottilia Nummelin and Meghan Bobrowsky’s first episode of “Across the 7 Seas”

 

2018

From the California College Media Association:

First Place for Best Podcast for Emily Pugh’s “Seven Things

Second Place for Best Newspaper Front Page Design

Second Place for Best Interactive Graphic for Meghan Joyce’s “Breakdown of Sports Diversity”

Second Place for Best Sports Story for Hank Snowdon’s “Racial diversity among P-P, CMS athletes not reflective of student bodies”

Second Place for Best Illustration for Meghan Joyce’s “Catch her in the studio, ‘how bout dat,’ Hollywood?”

Second Place for Best Arts and Entertainment Story for Sean Ogami’s “‘Cage at Claremont’ celebrates the work and life of renowned composer John Cage”

Second Place for Best Editorial for Samuel Breslow’s “Breaking free of the Athenaeum mold”

Second Place for Best Feature Story for Torrey Hart’s “From Walk-On To National Champion: Tyra Abraham On Her Running Career That Almost Wasn’t”

Third Place for Best Newspaper Website

Third Place for Best Inside Page Spread for Cassie Wang’s, Sarah Wong’s and Lauren Ison’s “Survivors Speak Out About 5C Title IX Sexual Violence Policies”

Honorable Mention for Best Newspaper Design

Honorable Mention for Best Feature Photo for Jeremy Snyder’s “Outdoors club brings back Mt. Baldy hike with emphasis on inclusivity”

Honorable Mention for Best Non-Breaking Story for Julia Frankel’s “Students voice concerns about Pomona Dean of Wellness Jan Collins-Eaglin”

From the California Newspaper Publishers Association:

Third place for Best Profile Story for Torrey Hart’s “From Walk-On To National Champion: Tyra Abraham On Her Running Career That Almost Wasn’t”

Third place for Best Sports Action Photo for Chloe Ortiz’s “Sagehen Men’s Tennis Bounces Back From Loss to Arizona Christian, Defeats CalTech And Cypress College”

Fourth place for Best Sports Game Story for Kellen Browning’s “Red-Hot Scarlett Scores 32 As CMS Men’s Basketball Outduels Sagehens”

Fourth place for Online General Excellence

 

2017

From the Los Angeles Press Club:

Second Place for Best Feature Photo for Meghan Joyce’s “Life is a Cabaret, Old Chum

Third Place for Best News Photo for Liam Brooks’ “Demonstration led by Black Lives and Allies at Mudd takes place outside Shanahan Center

Third Place for Best Personality Profile for Torrey Hart’s “From West Point to CMS: Running Back Spencer Sheff Adjusting to Claremont Life