[CSU] – The hard-hitting headlines, in-depth investigations, and digital designs of student journalists throughout the CSU were recently lauded by the Associated Collegiate Press, the oldest and largest national membership organization for college student journalists in the country.
The Orion (Chico State), the Daily Titan (CSU Fullerton), the Daily Sundial (CSU Northridge), The State Hornet (Sacramento State), the Golden Gate Xpress (San Francisco State) and the Mustang Daily (Cal Poly San Luis Obispo) all took home awards at the ACP’s National Convention held Oct. 31-Nov. 4 in Chicago.
SF State’s Golden Gate Xpress was named a Newspaper Pacemaker, the ACP’s highest honor. The Pacemaker is college journalism’s most prestigious and oldest prize for general excellence and honors those who set the pace, surpassing all others.
In addition, a Cal Poly Mustang Daily reporter won the coveted Story of the Year award for responsible reporting about suicide — a difficult topic that many college newspapers avoid. The reporter focused on student reaction and recovery and included plenty of information about the resources available to students.
The awards not only demonstrate students’ academic and professional achievements — they are also a testament to CSU journalism faculty who are teaching objective and innovative practices.
California State University, Northridge administrators informed educators, students and staff Friday that they may have all been affected by a massive security breach suffered this spring by Blackbaud, CSUN's third-party technology provider.
The Santa Clarita Community College District Board of Trustees will hold a video/teleconferencing business meeting and tentative budget workshop Wednesday, July 29, with closed session beginning at 4:00 p.m., followed by open session at 5:00 p.m.
L.A. County Public Health on Tuesday confirmed 57 new deaths and 1,901 new cases of COVID-19 in the county, with 4,500 cases confirmed to date in the Santa Clarita Valley, including 2,247 in the city of Santa Clarita.
The California Department of Public Health on Tuesday released guidance on youth sports and detailed the process for elementary schools to request a waiver to resume in-person instruction in counties on the state monitoring list, including Los Angeles.
In response to Monday’s unanticipated announcement that the 2020 United States Census data collection deadline will now be shortened by more than a month, to September 30, 2020, Los Angeles County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas introduced an urgency motion at the Board of Supervisors meeting for immediate action to be taken to elevate the concerns of L.A. County to ensure a fair and accurate Census count.
In response to the Department of Homeland Security’s recently released memorandum attacking the DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) program, the Board of Supervisors has unanimously approved a motion to join in litigation or to file an amicus brief supporting California’s lawsuit, challenging the federal government’s actions to rescind DACA.
L.A. County Public Health officials expressed "cautious optimism" on Monday, confirming 12 new deaths and 1,634 new cases of COVID-19, with 4,465 cases confirmed to date in the Santa Clarita Valley, including 2,228 in the city of Santa Clarita.
The 2020 Santa Clarita Marathon, presented by Parkway Motorcars, has been canceled due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and related public health concerns for runners, spectators, volunteers, staff and event partners.
Recently, Santa Clarita business partners came across something new and useful in the fight against COVID-19: a nano copper film, which provides an extra layer of protection from bacteria and viruses on high-touched surfaces.
1935 - Newhall deputy Archie Carter sentenced to 1 year in jail for contributing to the delinquency of a minor after his wife fatally shot his 20-year-old mistress (the age of majority was 21). [story]
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