PHILADELPHIA—Iowa State University students took home 10 awards in photography, multimedia and cartooning—five awards for the Daily and five for Ethos Magazine—with Blake Lanser winning first place in feature photography and Liz Zabel winning second place in best audio slideshow.
Winners were announced Nov. 1 at the Associated Collegiate Press National College Media Convention in Philadelphia.
Dennis Chamberlin, undergraduate director and Ethos adviser, said the awards illustrate that Greenlee students know how to visualize across platforms as well as think critically about their work. “The key to winning in these categories is the ability to continue working and reworking an idea. That’s how you get to this level.”
Awards at the ACP National College Media Convention are among the highest honors bestowed on student media.
Above: Associated Collegiate Press’ 2014 Cartooning Awards: Leah Stasieluk, Honorable Mention, Editorial Cartoon, The Daily.
Above: ACP 2014 Multimedia Story of the Year Awards: Zhenru Zhang, Fifth Place Multimedia Feature, "Poetry in Motion," Ethos.
Above: ACP 2014 Multimedia Story of the Year Awards: Yue Wu, Honorable Mention, ISU women’s rugby team slideshow, Ethos.
Above: 2014 ACP Photo Excellence Awards: Blake Lanser, 1st place, Feature Photography, The Daily.
Above: 2014 ACP Photo Excellence Awards: Blake Lanser, 5th place, Spot News Photography, The Daily.
Above: 2014 ACP Photo Excellence Awards: Blake Lanser, Honorable Mention, News Photography, The Daily.
Above: 2014 ACP Photo Excellence Awards: Brian Achenbach, Honorable Mention, Environmental Portrait, The Daily.
Above: Best Comic Strip: Emerald Klauer, Honorable Mention Cartoon Panel/strip, Ethos.
Above: Individual Pinnacle Awards: Liz Zabel, 2nd Place Best Audio Slideshow, “I’m a human being in this body that can’t see,” Ethos.
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