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Utica College's Student Newspaper Honored by American Scholastic Press Association
Tangerine Staff Garners First Place Honor
Written By Alexis March '13, PR Intern
American Scholastic Press select Tangerine staff for two awards
Utica, NY (04/30/2013)- The eyes and ears of Utica College, The Tangerine newspaper, recently received a 2013 First Place in the American Scholastic Press Association Contest for publications from last year.
A member of The Tangerine staff, Tom Baker, also was honored individually for a sports photography he took for the newspaper. He was one of three chosen for the “Outstanding News Photography” award.
The Tangerine is a weekly newspaper published during the academic year by and for Utica College students. It was first published as the Utica College News on Nov. 6, 1946. The current editor-in-chief is Alissa Scott and the current adviser is Pat Louise.
For more information about the Utica College journalism program, visit www.utica.edu. To view the most recent issue of The Tangerine, visit www.uctangerine.com.
MARK P. SALSBURY '79
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"My Child Life degree from Utica College has prepared me well for my career as a Child Life Specialist. Not only did I get a thorough background in child growth and development, I was also prepared through classes and a range of fieldwork assignments. I remember how exciting it was to actually relate theory into practice." "My Child Life degree from Utica College has prepared me well for my career as a Child Life Specialist. Not only did I get a thorough background in child growth and development, I was also prepared through classes such as Anatomy and Physiology and Medicines and Pediatrics, which has been a great asset in working in a health care profession. Fieldwork hours with both healthy and hospitalized children including a wide range of ages and abilities were an invaluable experience. I remember how exciting it was during my internship when I was able to actually relate theory into practice."
Sarah MacDonald '97
Child Life Specialist
Child Life Specialist