The Daily Californian takes home general excellence, individual California Journalism Awards

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An extraordinary year didn’t stop staffers at The Daily Californian from producing excellent work.

Confronted by a pandemic and the utterly unique challenge of entirely virtual production, student journalists stepped up to the plate from across the country, and the California News Publishers Association’s 2020 California Journalism Awards lent recognition to those efforts.

The Daily Cal won first place in multiple categories for four-year universities, including general excellence — you are now a reader of the best college newspaper in California. 

Former upper management members — editor in chief Sarah Harris, managing editor Amanda Bradford and creative director Alexander Hong — were deservedly recognized for their diligent and inspiring efforts producing “thought provoking, diverse content” and leading the Daily Cal through an unprecedented year.

First-place awards

Second-place awards

Third-place awards

Fourth-place awards

Fifth-place awards

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Jasper Kenzo Sundeen is the editor in chief. Contact him at [email protected].