Cutting Edge

StoneCutters, the upper school literary and visual arts magazine, won a gold medal from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association for their 2016-2017 issue. The magazine received its highest scores for its reader-friendliness and visual content. “The art and photos are presented well and show creativity,” the judge said. “The subjects are not trite but instead […]

Student publications win national awards

The Columbia Scholastic Press Association named the Chronicle as a finalist for the Gold Crown in its 2015-16 News Hybrid Critique for print and digital publications. Results were released in an email Sept. 28. Winners will be announced in in March. The Chronicle received a total score of 984 points out of 1000 possible, earning All-Columbian Honors […]

Chronicle wins national publication awards

The Chronicle received the highest publication awards from two national scholastic press associations in March and April. The National Scholastic Press Association named the Chronicle website an Online Pacemaker winner in the small schools division at the annual spring convention in Los Angeles April 16. There were 50 finalists named overall, with 14 winners in […]

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 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 […]

Chronicle wins CSPA Silver Crown Award

The Chronicle received the Columbia Scholastic Press Association Silver Crown Award for excellence in online and print media March 22. This year’s print issues and website were submitted to the High School Hybrid Publications category, which the CSPA created this year in response to the growing popularity of online publications. The Chronicle was one of […]

Chronicle and VOX each win 8 CSPA Gold Circles

By Cherish Molezion The 2010-2011 Chronicle and 2010 VOX won 16 total Gold Circles from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. From the Chronicle, Ingrid Chang ’11, Alex Gura ’12, Megan Kawasaki ’12, Joyce Kim ’11, Judd Liebman ’12, Allana Rivera ’13, Daniel Rothberg ’11 and Victor Yoon ’12 won awards. The Chronicle staff won first place […]

Power outage interrupts Jazz Marathon

The Chronicle won the Gold Crown, the highest award given by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association, a program of the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University. The award, honoring the 2006-2007 Chronicle, edited by Adam Gold ’07 and Niki Sri-Kumar ’07, recognizes outstanding reporting, editing, writing and design.  In addition, members of the Chronicle […]