See my story: “Alumna Helps to Rebuild Lutheran Church in Estonia” that appeared on the Gustavus Adolphus College website today.
See my story: “Building Bridges Conference to Focus on Native American History” that appeared on the Gustavus Adolphus College website.
The Associated Collegiate Press is the oldest and largest college newspaper membership organization. It critiques and judges print and web publications, holds educational conventions, provides educational resources to its members, and more. The Pacemaker is the premier award they distribute, with categories for newspapers, newspaper websites (the category we received an award in), magazines, and yearbooks. Only a few publications are selected for the prestigious award each year.
The Weekly’s website, along with those of other entrants, was judged last February and March. Sites were put into categories based on the enrollment at the college they serve. Categories are: 5,000 or fewer (our category), 5,001-10,000, 10,001-20,000, and more than 20,000. The sites were then judged based on design, ease of navigation, writing and editing, graphics and interactivity. Many months later, it’s exciting to see The Weekly on the list, and to have a list of links to other college newspaper websites who are doing big things.
It was an honor to serve as The Weekly’s web editor last year and the year before. I am deeply appreciative of the hard work of all of The Weekly’s writers, editors, and other staffers, who helped make the publication what it is.
See my story: “Film Screening to Connect Minnesota Missionaries with the Democratization of South Africa” that appeared on the Gustavus Adolphus College website.