Chronicle hosts Editors Roundtable

Student journalists from six Los Angeles area schools swapped newspapers, exchanged ideas and talked about censorship Saturday at the Chronicle’s third annual Editors Roundtable. Chronicle alum Michael Sugerman ’13 described what it is like to work on a college daily newspaper and to apply for summer interships. Sugerman covers the student government beat for the […]

Journalism expert speaks to Chronicle staff

Student publication expert Ron Johnson spoke to Chronicle staff April 14 about news coverage and design technique in Weiler Hall. “He was really great,” Jacob Goodman ’15 said. “He brought an objective perspective that can be difficult to give to your own group. As a person who’s interested in graphic design it’s nice to get […]

Chronicle finalist for California's best high school paper

The Chronicle and seven members of the staff will be honored by The California Newspaper Publishers Association on May 3 at its annual Better Newspaper Awards luncheon in San Jose. The newspaper will be named either the first or second place high school winner for general excellence. In addition, six individual staffers will receive first […]

Publications receive NSPA finalist status

The online Chronicle and Vox Populi yearbook are both finalists for the Pacemaker, the highest award given by the National Scholastic Press Association. Both of these awards will be presented in San Diego April 12. This is the first nomination for an online Pacemaker the Chronicle has received since the NSPA started awarding online Pacemakers […]

Alum tells Chronicle staff about editing college paper

After working from late afternoon to sometimes 5 a.m. from Sunday through Thursdays, Sammy Roth ’10 has been feeling a sudden increase in free time after his yearlong stint as editor-in-chief of the Columbia Daily Spectator ended last month. Roth told Chronicle students in a visit to Weiler Hall Jan. 10 that he had started […]

Chronicle wins Best of Show at convention

The Chronicle won Best of Show in the “Newspaper Broadsheet 17 or More Pages” category for the Nov. 13 edition and third place Best of Show in “Publication Website Small School” for its online content at the Journalism Education Association/National Scholastic Press Association High School Journalism Convention Nov. 16. A total of 36 students on […]

Chronicle, Spectrum win 1st place in "best of show"

The Chronicle won Best of Show in the “Newspaper Broadsheet 17 or More Pages” category and third place Best of Show in “Publication Website Small School” category at the  Journalism Education Association/National Scholastic Press Association High School Journalism Convention in Boston this weekend. The Nov. 13 edition of the newspaper was the winner, and the […]

Publications students to attend Boston conference

A total of 42 students from Chronicle, Vox Populi and Spectrum will attend the fall convention of the National Scholastic Press Association and Journalism Education Association Nov. 14-17 in Boston. It will be announced at the convention if the 2012-2013 volume of the Spectrum will win the National Pacemaker and Chronicle managing editor Sarah Novicoff […]

"Fifth Estate" screens after school Thursday in Ahmanson

Seats are first-come, first-serve at a free screening this Thursday afternoon at 2:45 p.m. of the new DreamWorks film, “The Fifth Estate”, about WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. The Chronicle is hosting the screening, and refreshments will be served outside Ahmanson Lecture hall. The film, which is rated R, lasts two hours and five minutes. WikiLeaks […]

Publications win national journalism awards

Big Red, Chronicle, Spectrum and Vox Populi all recently won awards from the Columbia Scholastic Press Asscoiation, the National Scholastic Press Association and Quill and Scroll. Vox Populi won two Gold Circle awards from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. One for the sports feature titled “#winning” written by Alexander Ravan ’13 and another for the […]