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Going the Distance

"Going the Distance" is a magazine focuses on travel and athletics. Content was produced by students in adjunct Linda Brinson's magazine writing class, and the magazine was designed by students in professor Terence Oliver's magazine design class.

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Hearst Journalism Awards 2002 national champions

In the tradition of the last decade, the weekend of competitions culminated in a Monday night cruise around the scenic San Francisco bay. On a balmy late spring evening, the finalists, judges, deans and special guests boarded the San Francisco Spirit yacht for the annual dinner and awards ceremony that signals the completion of the exciting national championship weekend.

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Hearst Journalism Awards 2006 national champions

Since 1960, the overall ranking of the top schools in the writing category has been recognized. As the program grew to include photojournalism and broadcast news, cash prizes were granted to the intercollegiate competitions in 1990, giving journalism schools a higher financial stake in the collective success of their students.

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Hearst Journalism Awards 2010 national champions

The UNC School of Journalism and Mass Communication finished first overall in the Intercollegiate Competition of the 50th anniversary of the Hearst Journalism Awards, often called the Pulitzers of college journalism.

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Hearst Journalism Awards 2011 national champions

The UNC School of Journalism and Mass Communication finished first overall in the Intercollegiate Competition of the Hearst Journalism Awards, often called the Pulitzers of college journalism, for the second year in a row. The win was announced during a June 8 ceremony in San Francisco. December 2010 graduate Arkasha Stevenson won the individual national championship in photojournalism, and senior Margaret Cheatham Williams won the individual national championship in multimedia.

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Hearst Journalism Awards 2015 national champions

The UNC School of Media and Journalism has won the 2015 national championship in the Hearst Journalism Awards competition – considered the Pulitzers of collegiate journalism.
It’s the school’s 3rd overall national championship since 2010. UNC is the only school to have finished in the top 5 overall every year since 2004.

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Hearst Journalism Awards 2016 national champions

The UNC School of Media and Journalism has won the 2016 national championship in the Hearst Journalism Awards competition – considered the Pulitzers of collegiate journalism.
This is the school’s sixth overall national championship, its second consecutive and its fourth since 2010. UNC is the only school to have finished in the top 5 overall every year since 2004.

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Hearst Journalism Awards 2017 national champions

In 2017, the UNC School of Media and Journalism won its third-straight Hearst national championship. And, for the first time ever, the Hearst Foundation awarded the national champions a $25,000 monetary award and announced that award will now go to the national champions each year.
The win brings the MJ-school's total to seven national championships — five since 2010 — for the Hearst Journalism Awards Program, more than any other university. 

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Heel Life: Connecting Students. Inspiring Involvement.

The Office of Student Life and Leadership collaborated with UNC School of Media and Journalism Lecturer Livis Freeman's MEJO 634: Public Relations Campaigns course to develop a name-change campaign for StudentLife.unc.edu.

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Heelprint Communications

Heelprint Communications is the MJ-school's student-run creative communications agency.

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