Sunflower seizes honors at state journalism conference
Apr 19, 2011 4:49 PM | Print
The Sunflower student newspaper at Wichita State took home a bronze medal for four-year public universities at the annual Kansas Associated Collegiate Press conference April 17-18 in Hutchinson.
Sunflower students also earned 23 individual awards in the statewide competition. Last year, the newspaper won 13 individual awards and a silver medal.
Faculty adviser Dan Close made two presentations at the conference and was elected KACP 1st vice president.
Ten students made the trip to Hutchinson. This year's winning staff members are:
First Place (4)
Second Place (6)
Third Place (6)
Honorable Mention (7)
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