Berry College students won nine awards in the Georgia College Press Association Better Newspaper Contest competition.
"We feel great to get recognition for our work, but the most important thing for us is to serve our fellow students with great coverage of the events and issues that our campus community cares about," Megan Reed, editor-in-chief of the school's newspaper, said.
Berry College also took second place for general excellence at the awards ceremony held in Athens.
The Campus Carrier won awards for Best Campus Community Service, General Photography Excellence, Best Website, Best Campus Community Service, General Excellence, Best Campus Community Service, Best Campus Community Service, General Advertising Excellence.
Individual awards went to Hannah Lewis for Best Entertainment Story and Saif Sarfani for Best Editorial or Editorial Series.
"The Berry community is fortunate to have so many caring and devoted newspaper staff members that consistently try to tell great stories," senior lecturer
Kevin Kline said. "The future of Georgia journalism is alive and well given what I see here at Berry."
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