Provides a $1,000 award annually to recognize outstanding reporting or opinion writing in a series of articles or a body of work that addresses institutional or leadership accountability and examines the most challenging campus and societal issues without regard to popular opinion or the controversial nature of the subject. To qualify, candidates must be undergraduate or graduate students who are journalists for The Lantern who have demonstrated a relentless pursuit of transparency and accountability from institutions and persons in positions of authority in the interest of freedom of information and better informed citizens. Preference shall be given to candidates who have been journalists for The Lantern for more than two semesters. Recipients will be recommended by the College’s faculty, The Lantern faculty advisor or fellow student journalists and selected by the director of the School of Communication or his/her designee, in consultation with Student Financial Aid.
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