Bob Franken | April 19, 2017
Scholastic, the University of Notre Dame’s student magazine, has won top honors in the annual journalism contest of the Indiana Collegiate Press Association.
Scholastic was named 2017 ICPA Newsmagazine of the Year, winning a total of 24 awards in news, sports, feature and opinion writing, and photography. The awards were presented April 8 at the ICPA annual convention in Indianapolis.
Scholastic, which is published monthly, was founded in 1867 and is celebrating its 150th anniversary this fall. It is believed to be the oldest continuously published collegiate magazine in the country. The editor this year was senior Cassidy McDonald of Madison, Wisconsin.
The Indiana Collegiate Press Association is made up of 43 student newspapers, magazines, yearbooks and online publications from throughout Indiana.
Scholastic is sponsored by the Notre Dame Division of Student Affairs.
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