The News Argus, April, 1982, Page 11 WVW^\AAA/WS/WWVWVWWVW«WVWWWVVAfl THE ROLLING STONE COLLEGE JOURNAUSM COMPETITION sponsored by 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. AWARDS Winners in each category will receive cash prizes of $500. JUDGES All entries will be judged by a panel of ROLLING Stone editors and art directors. CATEGORIES RULES Entertainment Reporting: Profiles and news features on music, film and perstmaiities in the arts. 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 originality. 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 publication. 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 published. 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 published. 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 cartoon category. 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.) ENTRY FORM Category Entrant Age .... Birthdate 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 PWose attach a brief biography, incltwling hometown, etiucatiomil history, honors and schoiorships, and journalism experience. STUDENT CREDIT Ever wish that while traveling, vacationing, or maybe just for emergencies, you could have a national credit card? Well, now — YOU CAN — obtain a Master Card or Visa while still in school, no co-signer required. We have established a division to exclusively handle the credit needs of college students . . . freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors. . .so you can enjoy the conveniences of credit NOW, and have your credit established for your professional life after graduation. On a 3x5 card, print your name and complete address. (Enclose $2.00 for postage and handling .) Send to: Creative Credit International Collegiate Credit Division Suite 303 —Penn Lincoln Bldg. 789 Penn ^v^enue Pittsburgh, PA 15221 ■ FOR SALE WANTED COLLEGE REP WANTED to distribute Realistic turntable with dust cover. Needs ..g^yjgnt Rate” subscription cards at this cam- minor repair, $10. -Two Soundesign stereo income, no selling involved. For in speakers, 11 X 6. Good condition, $5 each. formation and application write to: TIME INC. -Assortment of 8-track tapes. Good condition. COLLEGE BUREAU, 251 GInwood Drive, Prices range 50'-$4. Call 768-8391. Mooresville, NC 28115.’ Spend Your Summer at UNC-UUILMINGTON SALEM COLLEGE Register for Summer Sessions SUMMER SCHOOL COURSES For information contact: June 28 - July 29 Director of Summer Sessions For complete schedule, write or call: Director of Summer School, Salem College, Winston-Salem, NC 27108; P.O. Box 3725, UNC-Wilmington Wilmington, N.C. 28406 I or call (919) 791-4330 ext. 2195 I phone (919) 721-2631.