Awards, Recognition & Corrections
Editors' Choice Awards 2018-19 (Volume 20)
Each year contributors chosen for our own Editors' Choice Awards and are given a $100 award courtesy of Student Development Funds. Winners have been emailed and will be contacted again once the checks are available to be picked up in the Communications Office (5-231).
- Caitlin Maddox, "The Bear," $100
- Genesis Laboy, "After," $100
- Carissa Barton, "Pumpkin Pie," $100
- Saoirse Stack, (oil, 18x14), "Viewfinder," $100
$100 per category was awarded courtesy of Student Development.
STUDENT PUBLICATION and INDUSTRY RECOGNITIONS
The Phoenix magazine has garnered many awards and recognitions over the years. Awards include recognition from:
National ACP Pacemaker Awards
Since their inception in 1927, ACP’s Pacemaker awards for general excellence have been the most prestigious and competitive awards dedicated to student media.
Florida College System Publications Association Magazine Competition
This contest is open to any Florida State College, junior or community college that has a newspaper or magazine and is a member of the Florida College System Activities Association. As this is a student competition, all entries must be the work of students only, with no involvement of faculty or professionals except in an instructional or advisory capacity.
Community College Humanities Association Literary Magazine Competition
The Community College Humanities Association (CCHA), founded in 1979, sponsors an annual literary magazine competition, which highlights student work from all over the nation. The competition reinforces the mission of CCHA to help shape and strengthen students with their personal and professional growth in the Humanities. The Phoenix magazine has been entered for judging in this competition since 2008.
The Florida Print Awards
Sponsored by the Printing Association of Florida, the Florida Print Awards recognizes individuals who produce the best in print media.
The American Advertising Awards (ADDYs)
Sponsored by the American Advertising Federation, the American Advertising Awards, also known as the ADDYs, honor excellence in advertising and cultivate the highest creative standards in the industry. It is the largest creative awards competition in the advertising industry. Because it is the only three-tiered competition, an ADDY® is widely renowned as the most difficult advertising award to earn.