Three of the school’s publications were given Crown Awards at at ceremony Friday March 16 in the Low Library on the campus of Columbia University in New York.
The Columbia Scholastic Press Association gave its Gold Crown, its highest award, to the 2010-2011 Chronicle, edited by Alice Phillips ’11 and Daniel Rothberg ’11.
Silver Crowns were awarded to the middle school newspaper, The Spectrum, and to the yearbook, Vox Populi.
Former Vox editors Matt Chupack, now a student at Columbia University, and Gaby Cohen, now a student at NYU, accepted the plaques for the Spectrum and Vox.
Vox adviser Jen Bladen and Chronicle adviser Kathleen Neumeyer were also at the ceremony.
There were 65 yearbooks honored with either gold or silver crowns, and 40 high school newspapers from around the world.