Spectrum students win national writing, photo awards

The Spectrum won five individual awards for its submissions to the 2014 Quill and Scroll International Writing and Photo Contest.

Phoebe Sanders ’17 was named a Sweepstakes Winner in Opinion Writing for her story “Examining the Exams.” Liz Yount ’17 was named a Sweepstakes Winner in Photography for her photograph of a varsity boys’ water polo game. Emily Rahhal ’17 was named a Sweepstakes Winner in Feature Writing for her story “The Day the Lights Went Out” and a National Winner in Opinion Writing for her story “The Influence of Teen Idols.” William Chow ’17 was named a National Winner in Photography for his photograph of leaves on the front cover of the November issue that he took during the trip to the National High School Journalism Convention in Boston.

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