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The Columbia Scholastic Press Association recently announced the winners from its 35th Gold Circle Awards program for newspapers and magazines. Baldwin Hourglass staffers Sarah Bunn '19 and Erin Roman '19 each won an award. The Gold Circle Awards are offered in late September to recognize work by individual student journalists working with print during the previous academic year.
The 6,514 entries from the 86 categories in the Gold Circle Awards for newspapers and magazines were judged during late August. In the print newspaper category of Personal Opinion: On-campus Issues, Sarah Bunn won third place for "Transcending Gender." In the print newspaper category of Typography: The Look of One Page or Spread, Erin Chang won second place for "Gun Culture."
Winners for student yearbooks and digital media publications were previously announced in March. Those winners included:
The entries for this competition come from publications produced by students at colleges, universities and secondary schools through the United States and abroad who follow the American education plan.