The Voice Notified of Five Wins in Excellence in Journalism

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The Voice and The Voice News, the newspaper’s broadcast video counterpart, was notified by the Press Club of Cleveland that it is the winner of five Excellence in Journalism Awards this year.

The Press Club recognizes the state’s top performers in various realms in journalism. Awards are considered for magazines, local and regional newspapers, and college publications for two- and four-year schools.

This notification does not indicate if the award is 1st, 2nd, or honorable mention. That information will be given at an awards dinner taking place June 6 at The House of Blues in Cleveland.

The awards announced are in the following format: Story title, Reporter, Category. (Feel free to click LINK to story)

New President Returns to Old Stomping Grounds
By Bronson Peshlakai, Metro Editor-in-Chief
Best Print Newspaper Story, 2-Year School

Free Transit for Students
By Bronson Peshlakai, Metro Editor-in-Chief
Best Print Newspaper Story, 2-Year School

Soccer and Education Go Hand-in-Hand for Soccer Star
By Robert Fenbers, Western Sports Reporter
Best Print Sports Story, 2-Year School

Tri-C Men’s and Women’s Basketball Teams Lose by Combined 81 Points in Toledo; Lady Player Injured
By Bronson Peshlakai, Metro Associate Editor
Best Print Sports Story, 2-Year School

Tri-C President Alex Johnson Sworn In
By Bronson Peshlakai, Metro Editor-in-Chief
Best TV News Story, 2-Year School

Last year, The Voice won three awards from The Press Club of Cleveland.

The Voice is the independent student publication for Cuyahoga Community College, located in Cleveland, Ohio. The newspaper distributes its print edition to four Tri-C campuses. Tri-C enrolls more than 50,000 students each year.

Bronson Peshlakai
Bronson Peshlakai

Bronson Peshlakai has served as a staff reporter, associate editor and editor-in-chief at The Voice since he started Tri-C Metro Campus in 2011. He has created and developed the CCCVOICE.COM online platform, and The Voice News, a broadcast video platform utilizing stories from the print version. Peshlakai graduates Tri-C this spring with an associates of arts with an emphasis in business. His future plans are to continue to take a small contingency of classes in the fall at Tri-C, and at Cleveland State University where he will pursue a degree in business, and public relations.

Robert Fenbers
Robert Fenbers

Robert Fenbers is a Western Campus staff reporter and sports reporter. His stories have covered baseball, soccer and other related sports stories at Tri-C. He plans on majoring in broadcast journalism and plans to transfer to Cleveland State University next year. Fenbers has worked on several podcasts, print stories and broadcast sports stories with The Voice

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