The Loquitur wins 10 Pennsylvania Keystone media awards, most in school history
Cabrini’s student journalists have been known to produce award-winning stories, and this year is no different. On March 15, The Loquitur racked up 10 Pennsylvania Keystone media awards for the 2021 spring and fall semesters, the most in school history from the Pennsylvania News Media Association.
Competing in a crowded DII category (four-year institutions with an enrollment of less than 10,000), Loquitur reporters received awards for newspaper design, a podcast and coverage of topics such as eating disorders and stories about race.
Dr. Jerome Zurek, “I can’t be more proud of the commitment that many Loquitur reporters and editors exhibited last year to key issues in our world,” he said.
“I am incredibly proud of the innovative spirit that continues to drive great journalism in this program,” Callahan said. “I am also grateful for those before me who laid the foundation for this student-driven success.”