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CM Life receives awards for 19-20 school year


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The 2019 CM Life staff is presented with a proclamation from Mayor Will Joseph Nov. 11 at City Hall.

Central Michigan Life won several awards  from the Associated Collegiate Press and the College Media Association for their coverage of Central Michigan University during the 2019-20 school year.

Notable awards include fifth-place reporter of the year, awarded to Evan Petzold, and first place for COVID-19 coverage in Design/Visuals, awarded to CM Life.

“It was really outstanding and it says a lot about the dedication of our students,” CMU's Director of Student Media Dave Clark said.

Dylan Goetz, CM Life's Editor-in-Chief for the 2019-20 school year said he was excited to see the staffers succeed.

“I’m very proud of what we were able to accomplish during my two semesters as Editor-in-Chief,” Goetz said. “I feel honored to have worked with some of the best student journalists in the state and in the nation.”

Awards include:

Associated Collegiate Press

Pacemaker (Print)
Four Year University, Weekly Newspaper
Finalist

COVID-19 Coverage
Print or Digital: Design/Visuals
First Place
EIC Dylan Goetz, Presentation Editor Sarah Brownell, Photo Editor Isaac Ritchey, Designer Madison Skop

Reporter of the Year
Four-year university
Fifth place
Evan Petzold

Editorial Writing
Fifth place
Dylan Goetz

College Media Association

Pinnacle College Media Awards

Four-year Weekly Newspaper of the Year
Third Place
Central Michigan Life

Four-Year Literary Magazine of the Year
Third Place
The Central Review
Central Michigan University

Individual Pinnacle Awards

Best Investigative Story
First Place
Evan Petzold

Best Newspaper Front Page
Sarah Brownell

Best Newspaper Photo Page/Spread
Sarah Brownell


College Photographer of the Year

Sports Photography Portfolio

Third Place

Isaac Ritchey

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