The Indiana Daily Student took home several national college awards, including best college media outlet and best newspaper of the year. It also received second-best all time newspaper recognitions, along with multiple other online and multiplatform recognitions. Multiple awards were also given to IDS staff in the best story, multimedia, design, and advertising categories.
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While such awards do not define a publication’s worthiness nor its reason for producing quality content, it is a kind reminder of the quality of journalism present in our newsroom and the ways our coverage can influence those in our community and abroad. The IDS will continue to pursue stories that are important, challenge the status quo, and serve as a model for student journalism as well as an important force for democracy in our community.
In the College Media Association’s Pinnacle awards, the IDS won first place for best weekly newspaper of the year and best media outlet of the year. The publication won the award for the second time, and it is back-to-back.
CMA awards honored the Arbutus with an honorable mention in yearbook of the Year.
IDS Online, the IDS newspaper and the Arbutus yearbook booked three spots in the Associated Collegiate Press’s Pacemaker 100. This distinction was given to 100 long-time award-winning student publications in honor of the ACP’s centennial.
In the group’s top-10 countdown, the IDS was awarded with second best all-time newspaper — third overall in student media. This means the IDS is one of the winningest and most-nominated student publications in the country all-time since the ACP’s conception. The IDS has garnered 31 nominations and 24 newspaper Pacemaker prizes, 13 nominations as well as eight online Pacemaker awards. There is also one nomination and award for the multiplatform Pacemaker award.
The IDS was awarded three organizational Pacemakers for best newspaper, online publication and multiplatform publication for this past year’s work. These awards are given to the country’s best student media publications in each of these categories.
ACP also presents Best in Show awards for student work. The IDS won the first place award for best news site, while Arbutus was awarded first place for best yearbook. The IDS newspaper was sixth.
Evan Gerike, sports investigations and men’s basketball reporter, won first place for his investigation, “The program is doomed’: Players say coach created a culture of fear,”ACP’s best sports feature category. Gerike and his investigation won the CMA Pinnacle award for best sports investigative story.
Former IDS reporter Matt Cohen also took home first place for “Indignity in death: Unmarked graves in Bloomington indicate long history of racism”For the ACP best story about diversity, equity, and inclusion The same story placed first in the best multimedia feature story in the CMAs for former IDS photographer Mallorey Daunhauer and managing editor of digital Carson Terbush’s work.
Editor-in-chief Cate Charron and the IDS were awarded the Student Press Law Association’s 2022 Reveille Seven Courage in Student Journalism Award for her “Dissonance in due process” investigation and resulting difficulties to obtain student’s disciplinary records. The college news organization or reporter who has made outstanding reporting that has a positive impact in their community is eligible for the annual award. Charron’s investigation placed second for ACP best in-depth news story.
Managing editor Nic Napier’s “A crisis of faith”Investigation was awarded an honorable mention in best coverage of faith at the CMA Pinnacle Awards.
Former enterprise editor Kaity Radde’s editorial, titled “IU’s violations of public access laws this year show contempt for transparency. But the problem is even deeper than that,”CMA best editorial placed third
Former reporters Phyllis Cha and Hannah Dailey, former photographer Ethan Levy and Myszak’s “After the audition”CMA multimedia feature story honorable mention.
Madelyn Powers, an IDS designer in the past, also placed third in CMA’s best editorial cartoon.
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Ruth Witmer, current IDS adviser, was awarded the ACP Pioneer Award. This award recognizes 101 journalism educators as well as advocates in student media.
“Pioneers are distinguished journalism educators and advocates who have provided exceptional leadership for collegiate media programs and made exceptional contributions to collegiate journalism and to the association in its service,”The ACP stated this on its website.
Ron Johnson (ex-IDS adviser and director for student media), and David Adams (another IDS adviser) were also recognized.
Multiple ACP awards were also given to the IDS creative marketing team and design team.
Former special publication editor Madelyn Power’s 2021 Housing GuideThe fifth place award for best newspaper advertisement/special section was given to me.
Honorable mentions were received by former team members Hayley Srezyna & Erika Armstrong. best print advertisementBest digital advertisement. Honorable mentions were given to Dominique Hance, a former team member, and Bethany Everson, IDS Marketing Director. best social media campaign. Staff was also honored with an honorable mention media kit.
The team came in third for Best Ad Supplement/Special Section.
In the ACP’s best in show awards, the advertising and design team won second place for best Advertising Special Newspaper Section.
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