Last week, the Supreme Court agreed to hear a set of cases challenging the Environmental Protection Agency’s authority to regulate greenhouse gases. The justices’ decision in this pending case, West Virginia v. EPA, would have a huge impact on environmental law…
Newhouse broadcast students honored with college AP awards
Students from Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications picked up first-place and special mention awards in the college portion of the New York State Associated Press Broadcasters Association’s annual news awards competition. Awards were given at a ceremony Saturday evening in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
In the category of best radio news story, Matt Johnston’s piece “Quilt exhibition educates people about AIDS awareness” won first place, while “WRAP–SouthSudan 7-11” by Durrie Bouscaren received a special mention. In the category of best news story, Clay LePard’s “Corruption on Campus Hill” also received a special mention.
Robert Smith, National Public Radio’s New York correspondent, was keynote speaker at the awards banquet.