Gazette wins three JHM awards (Graphic)

The Gazette won three John H. McDonald awards for excellence in Canadian student journalism earlier this month.

NASH, the annual conference and awards gala tailored to Canadian student journalists, saw its most recent rendition, NASH81, happen in Calgary from Jan. 3–6. Attendees received education through panel and classroom sessions from industry professionals, before an awards banquet.

The Gazette won in each of the three categories it was nominated in.

Check out the awards and the work that garnered them below:

Investigative Reporting Award

"Questionable claims, high-pressure sales tactics alleged by campus chiropractor patients," Richard Joseph

Burden's chiropractic clinic

Humour Award

"Man born, dies during USC meeting," Richard Joseph

Baby born at USC council meeting

President elect Mitchell Pratt observes Robert Walpole, the University Students' Council's newest addition.

Photo of the Year

"Benny," Michael Conley

Homelessness Feature, Image 1 (Benny)

Benny, a member of London's homeless population, November 8, 2017. He says he got his black eye when someone beat him for taking bottles out of their recycling bin.

For the full list of winners, click here.


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