SCHOOLNET NEWS NETWORK
ANNOUNCES THE WINNERS OF THE
2001-2002 SNN STUDENT JOURNALISM AWARD
St. John's, June 25, 2002....SchoolNet News Network today announced that three students are the winners of SNN's 2001-2002 National Student Journalism Award.
The winners are as follows:
1st Place - Beverley Yu, Father Michael McGivney School, Markham, Ontario
2nd Place - Shoilee Khan, John Fraser Secondary, Mississauga, Ontario
3rd Place - Jacqueline Friesen, Garden Valley Collegiate, Winkler, Manitoba
The first place winner receives a cheque for $500 as well as an award. Second place - $300 and third place $150.
‘The awards are based on a portfolio of journalistic work done by students during the 2000-2001 school year", stated coordinator Carmelita Joy-Bolger. "Throughout the award evaluation process the judges, who are professional journalists and journalism teachers from across Canada, found it very rewarding to see such quality writing. They were very pleased with all the articles submitted by students".
First place winner, Beverley Yu, was very surprised when she received the call. ‘I can’t believe it. Wow! .....Thank you and thanks to SNN for a great experience!
CONGRATULATIONS! to the winners and to all students who participated in the SNN 2001-2002 Student Journalism Award.
AWARD WINNING ARTICLES
Online Love Connection
Alanis Morissette: Under Rug Swept
The Important Lesson I Learnt
Outspoken: Above & Beyond Hollywood
Building Bridges of Understanding
'I told you, I'm Canadian'
Another Life Wasted on Learning
Canadian or Quebecker?
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