The David S. Barr Award recognizes one post-secondary student (in the United States or Canada) for their journalistic work. It’s a great opportunity to both get your work noticed internationally and to win $1,500!

The winning college entry from Andrew Pantazi

The winning college entry from Andrew Pantazi

All entries must be of work published or broadcast between January 1, 2013 and December 31, 2013 that helped to right a wrong; corrected an injustice; or promoted justice and fairness.

The competition is open to all part-time or full-time post-secondary students, including those in college, university or graduate school.

More information here. 

Apply Here.

Last year’s winner was Andrew Pantazi, 21, a student at the University of Florida, for his article “Cheese’ Heroin: ¬†Living on the Edge.”

Wouldn’t it be great for a CUP journalist to win this year?