RBHS student newspaper honored with journalism awards
RIVERSIDE – The “digital natives” at Riverside Brookfield High School earned their generation’s moniker earlier this year.
Members of The Clarion, the school’s student-run newspaper, earned several journalism awards for their work. The National Scholastic Press Association named The Clarion one of the recipients of its Online Pacemaker Award.
In addition, the Columbia Scholastic Press Association gave The Clarion a Gold Medal ranking and named several students as recipients of its Gold Circle awards. Students honored by the CSPA were Katie Maxwell and Renee Miedlar, who won third place in the Non-Fiction Interview for Digital Media category for their interview with MT Anderson; Christine Vassos, who won third place in the Photo and Audio Slideshow for Digital Media category for her slideshow of the Best Buddies trip to Sonny Acres farm; and Carey Torres, who won first place in the Comic Cartoons category for “Carey’s Comix No. 6: RB’s Financial Future.”
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