Thursday, Jan. 29th the University Chronicle attended the Better Newspaper Contest organized by the Minnesota Newspaper Association. Out of their 10 entries, The Chronicle received seven awards, including a third place in general excellence and three photography awards for the 2013-14 academic year.
Motoki Nakatani, assistant visuals editor for The Chronicle, came home with the first place award in news photography and in sports photography among college entries. Gustin Schumacher received second place in news photography.
Joshua Levine collected the first place award for public affairs reporting.
Former editor-in-chief, Vicki Ikeogu, placed second in social issues reporting.
Jeremiah Graves, current editor-in-chief, received first place in sports reporting.