In addition to the publication's national Pacemaker and Silver Crown awards, The Rubicon/RubicOnline staffs earned six Gold Circle Awards this week for digital media work published online in the 2015-16 school year from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. The spring competition, for yearbooks and digital media categories, attracted 4,166 entries produced by students at colleges, universities, and secondary schools throughout the United States. Overall, The Rubicon earned more Gold Circle awards than any other Minnesota school, as well as more awards for Editorials than any school in the country.
This year, Gold Circle awards were earned for:
Sophie Jaro'17 | “Policy or Personality? Students Deliberate Over Candidates for Presidential Election”
In-Depth News / Feature Story
Sophie Jaro '17 | “Henna Holds a Sacred Spot in Hearts and on Hands”
Staff | “Global Isolation Not the Cure for Terror”
Staff | “Ignorance and indifference to Social Economic Diversity Persists”
Personal Opinion - On-campus issues
Riley Wheaton '16 | “Performing Arts Programs Empower Students”
Sophie Jaro '17 | “Students Recount Associations with Various Soup Specialties”
Please join us in congratulating our student-journalists!