SJMC, WCIJ and Daily Cardinal Win Big at Milwaukee Press Club Awards

WRITING

Best News Story Single or Ongoing

3rd place: Andrew Hahn and Dana Kampa, The Daily Cardinal
“Madison Police Officer Shoots Black Teenager Following Altercation Friday”

Best Long Feature Story

1st place: Devin Lowe, Curb Magazine
“Displaced, Dispossessed but Determined”

2nd place: Abbey Schneider, Curb Magazine
“As Good as Gold”

Best Short Feature Story

3rd place: Julia Gilban-Cohen, The Daily Cardinal
“Cold Presents Challenges for City Homelessness

Best Sport Story

1st place: Nick Brazzoni, Curb Magazine
“Two Towns, One Team”

3rd place: Jonah Beleckis, The Daily Cardinal
“From a Star in Red to the Red Stars”

Best Editorial or Commentary

3rd place: Cullen Voss, The Daily Cardinal
Not My Wisconsin Idea, Governor

VIDEO

Best News Story Single or Ongoing

1st place: Michelle Aguilar & Kerry Justitch, The Badger Report
“Paperless Receipts”

Best Feature Story

1st place: Elise Romas & Jenny Reschke, The Badger Report
“Madtown Hopper”

3rd place: Elise Romas, The Badger Report
“Brains and Brawn”

Best Sports Story

2nd place: Elise Romas & Kerry Justitch, The Badger Report
“From Slovakia to the UW”

Best Program, Documentary or Special

3rd place: Erik Sateran, The Badger Report
“Ferguson to Madison”

ONLINE

Best Use of Multimedia

1st place: Becca Radix, Nick Brazzoni, Irene Burski, Curb Magazine
“Storm’s-a-Brewin’”

3rd place: Andrew Hahn, Kyla Kaplan, Tierney King, Noah Brown, Nora Gehin, J335 (Hastings)
“Shattering Secrets”

Best Website Design

Ist place: Claire Raddatz, Annaleigh Wetzel, Silke Schmidt, Sean Barron, Bryan Kristensen,
Curb Magazine, Curb Online

3rd place: The Daily Cardinal Staff
dailycardinal.com

Best Local News or Feature Website

3rd place: Andrew Hahn, Kyla Kaplan, Tierney King, Noah Brown, Nora Gehin, J335 (Hastings)
“Shattering Secrets”

 

In addition, the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism won eight Milwaukee Press Club Awards. Congratulations to our fifth floor neighbors!

The SJMC-WCIJ partnership is going strong as evidenced by the many SJMC students working as Center interns or enrolled in journalism classes working collaborative with the Center staff.