Syracuse Press Club names Newhouse students, professors as award finalists

April 20, 2020

The Syracuse Press Club announced the finalists for their 2019-2020 awards, and Newhouse students and professors finaled in 16 categories. The Syracuse Press Club also announced that while the planned April 18 banquet has been canceled, they will be holding a virtual awards presentation soon. Visit the website for more information. Congratulations, finalists!

COLLEGE DIVISION

Best College Radio / Podcast News Story

  • Ford Hatchett, NCC News, “Chief Kenton Buckner Aims to Improve the Relationship Between Police and Community”
  • Jonah Karp, NCC News, “For the Salvation Army, New Technology Giveth and Taketh Away”

Best College Print News Story

  • Gabe Stern, The Daily Orange, “Students pressure administrators at Barnes Center sit-in”

Best College TV News Story

  • Gilat Melamed, NCC News, “One Jewish Nation, Many Jewish Lives”

Best College Radio / Podcast Sports Story

  • Jonah Karp, NCC News, “The Road Back”
  • Jenna Fink, NCC News, “Sled Hockey Takes Off at Tennity Ice Pavilion”

Best College Print Sports Story

  • KJ Edelman and Molly Gibbs, The Daily Orange, “Her IMPACT: Maddy Hertweck, a 5-year-old with cerebral palsy, is a part of Syracuse women’s lacrosse this season”
  • Matt Liberman, The Daily Orange, “Inside the lack of racial diversity in lacrosse”

Best College Radio / Podcast Feature Story

  • Ford Hatchett, NCC News, “Country Nation”

Best College Print Feature Story

  • Haley Robertson, The Daily Orange, “A Tiny Home for Good builds affordable housing for those facing homelessness”
  • Jordan Muller, The Daily Orange, “BY CHANCE: Students who switched tickets escaped the Pan Am Flight 103 bombing”

Best College TV Feature Story

  • Abigail Fridmann, NCC News, “Hearts on a Harley”
  • Sarah Al-Shaikh, NCC News, “Syracuse Man Loses 450 Pounds and Gains a New Life”
  • Meredith Kava, NCC News, “Basketball Manager”

Best College Multimedia Story

  • The Syracuse Side Hustles Staff, “Syracuse Side Hustles”
  • The Rooted Staff, “Rooted”
  • The Borderlines Staff, “Borderlines”

PROFESSIONAL DIVISION

PHOTO

Photo Essay

  • Maranie Staab and Jim Howe, Upstate Medical University, “Pint-Sized Patient”

NON-DAILY PRINT

Human Interest Feature or Series

  • Ashley Kang and Ben Cleeton, The Stand, “Unconditional Love”

News Feature or Series

  • Ashley Kang and Nabiha Asim, The Stand, “Uncertain Future”

Sports Story

  • Jeff Kramer and Cherilyn Beckles, The Stand, “Cycling forward”

RADIO/PODCASTS

Sports Show

  • Jon Banner and Sportsnight Staff, WAER-FM, “A Look Back and Ahead for Syracuse Basketball Fans: Disappointment Replaced by Hope”
  • Tim Leonard, Corey Spector, Jack McMullen and Brendan Mortensen, WAER-FM, “Countdown to Kickoff: Syracuse vs. Clemson Football Pregame Show”
  • JD Raucci, Jonathan Hoppe, Corey Spector and Jack McMullen, WAER-FM, “Countdown to Tipoff: Syracuse vs. Virginia Basketball Pregame Show”

Sports Story

  • Jonah Karp, WAER-FM, “Syracuse Basketball Player Rehabbing Injury Suffers Stroke: Gets and Gives Lesson in Life”
  • Jenna Fink, WAER-FM, “Syracuse Sled Hockey Opens Sport to New Participants”

News Feature or Series

  • Elliott Lewis, WAER-FM, “Local Stories Show Realities of Biracial Identity for People and Families”