JHM Awards: The Link named finalist in 8 categories; winners TBA

The Link is up for eight JHM awards this year, including student photojournalist of the year. The winners will be announced at the annual NASH student journalism conference, which runs Feb. 19-21. Congratulations to all our talented editors, staff, and contributors whose work has been recognized as some of the best Canadian student journalism has to offer.

We invite you to catch up on the pieces that are in contention:

Diversity Reporting Award: How Mental Health Is (or Isn’t) Handled in Asian Communities by Sheena Macmillan

The CWA Award for Labour Reporting: Report Sheds Light on Poor Working Conditions for Warehouse Temporary Workers by Kaity Brady

News Reporting Award: John Abbott Athletics Has a Sexual Assault Problem by Candice Pye

Op-Ed Award: Why I’m happy to stay home this fall by Kaity Brady

Indigenous Reporting Award: Breaking Barriers: Hockey in First Nations Communities by Elias Grigoriadis

Climate Reporting Award: What Does the Future of Sustainability Look Like After Concordia Divests? by Erika Morris

Science Reporting Award: A Look at Endangered Species in Montreal by Sheena Macmillan

Student Photojournalist of the Year: Esteban Cuevas, photo editor Vol. 40 & 41

Good luck to all our nominees!


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