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!
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.
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?