The national Society for Collegiate Journalists has announced the winners of its annual publications and broadcasting contest, with Agromeck, Technician and WKNC among the honorees. SCJ recognizes the top submissions for yearbook, newspaper, broadcasting, magazine
The Society for Collegiate Journalists is hosting a showing of A Clockwork Orange, free at the Campus Cinema (Witherspoon Student Center) Tuesday, Sept. 27, at 7 p.m.
The national Society for Collegiate Journalists announced results of the individual and media winners in that organization’s national contest. NCSU media outlets, including the Technician, Agromeck and WKNC had individuals who received awards. The Agromeck
In recognition of Banned Books Week, an annual event celebrating the open access to information and the importance of the First Amendment in our society, the N.C. State University Chapter of the Society for Collegiate
Members of the NCSU chapter of the Society for Collegiate Journalists won the following 18 awards for the 2010 national contest covering calendar year 2009. Award recipients include Kyle Robb, Susannah Brinkley, John Cooper Elias,
Martha Collins, adviser to the NCSU chapter of the Society for Collegiate Journalists, was named the SCJ Sheridan C. Barker Adviser of the Year at the association’s national convention held at NCSU March 5-7.
At its meeting Friday, Feb. 19, the NCSU chapter of the Society for Collegiate Journalists inducted 13 new members and elected officers.
The national Society for Collegiate Journalists released the names of the national individual and publication award winners. NCSU media and staff member won 20 awards, including nine first-place awards. NCSU swept the newspaper feature writing
The Society for Collegiate Journalists confirmed winners for the 2008 contest, although some winners were announced at it’s biennial convention held March 13 – 15 at Barton College in Wilson, N.C. Four NCSU students were
Five students will be inducted into the N.C. State chapter of the Society for Collegiate Journalists Feb. 2. The Society, which is the nation’s oldest honorary society for collegiate mass communications, according to the Society’s handbook,