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Journalism students received several awards from the Texas Association of Journalism Educator’s annual clip contest, called Best in Texas Contest.

Students competed in online and print newspaper categories. Awards are Superior, Excellent, and Honorable Mention.

Earlier this year, junior Olga Ozornia received 2nd place in the Advanced Animal category of the Association of Texas Photography Instructors annual Fall Photo Contest.

They are taught by Mark Webber, journalism/online media instructor.

TAJE results

Online category:

  • Multimedia Presentation, Hon. Mention, Marlene Garcia and Melissa Rendon, 16 de septiembre package
  • Multimedia Presentation, Superior, Lauren Melendez, Audrey Castillo, Mauro Flores, Emily Garza and Justyne Bernal, 9/11 package
  • News Story, Hon. Mention, Lauren Melendez, Tapestry’s Fright Mic
  • News Story, Hon. Mention, Victoria Hernandez, seniors register to vote
  • News Photo, Hon. Mention, Lucero Rea, Tapestry’s Fright Mic
  • News Photo, Excellent, Aryanna Rodriguez, Hispanic Heritage Festival
  • Feature Photo, Excellent, Addy Melgar, Dance recital
  • Portrait, Hon. Mention, Anna Davenport, Professor Joachim Reinhuber
  • Photo Gallery, Hon. Mention, Jacqueline Mata, 16 de septiembre

Print newspaper category:

  • Feature Story, Hon. Mention, Zoe Alvarez, Stranger Things (January’s paper)
  • General Column, Hon. Mention, Justyne Bernal, DACA op-ed column (January’s paper)
  • Entertainment Review, Hon. Mention, Lauren Melendez, Laughter in the Dark book review (January’s paper)
  • News Photo, Hon. Mention, Milton Hattem, 9/11 photo (January’s paper)
  • Feature Photo, Hon. Mention, Addy Melgar, Chess Club photo (January’s paper)
  • Double Truck Design, Hon. Mention, Emily Garza, pages 6-7 (May 2017’s paper)
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