The News Argus, April, 1982, Page 11
THE ROLLING STONE
INTERNATIONAL PAPER COMPANY
Once again, ROLLING STONE announces its annual College Journalism
Awards. This is the seventh year of the awards, which
were established to encourage achievement and rccognize excellence
among college newspaper and magazine writers.
This year, we’ve added two new categories to the competition:
cartoons and comic strips, and film criticism.
Winners in each category will receive cash
prizes of $500.
All entries will be judged by a panel of ROLLING
Stone editors and art directors.
Entertainment Reporting: Profiles and news
features on music, film and perstmaiities in
Film Criticism: A series of three reviews or an
essay about the current cinema.
General Reporting: An article on any sub
ject that showcases the writer's style and
Investigative Reporting: A single, compre
hensive article or series of articles. Entries will
be judged on the relevance of the subject, the
enterprise of the rep^uter. and writing style.
Cartoon: Political, humorous or satirical
cartoons or comic strips printed in a campus
Entries must have been published in a univer
sity or college newspaper or magazine between
March 16th. 1981 and April 30, 1982.
Entrants must have been full- or part-time
students of an accredited university or college
in the school year when their entry was
Entries must be received by April 30. 1982.
They will not be returned. Winners will be an
nounced by May 15. 1982.
Entries must be accompanied by a mounted
tear sheet of the article, articles or cartoons as
Entries must be accompanied by an entry
form (see below). If additional forms are
needed, this form may be duplicated.
This year we have opened up the competi
tion to all students who want to enter.
Nominations are no longer necessary. Limit of
two entries per student in each writing cate
gory; five cartoons or strips per student in the
Mail entries to: College Journalism Awards,
Rolling Stone, 745 Fifth Avenue.
New York. NY 10151.
(The sponsors reserve the right not to grant
an award in any category where the judges
deem it is not warranted.)
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School City State
Campus Address Phone
Permanent Address Phone
(circle one) Freshman Sophomore junior Senior Graduate
Name of publication Editor
Type of publication (circle one) newspaper magazine other
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