2020 Journalism Students Honored by NSPA

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National Scholastic Press Association, the nation’s largest association for high school, junior high and middle school journalists, has inducted approximately 1,300 high-school scholars and student journalists into its 2020 Journalism Honor Roll.

“These outstanding students excel in both the classroom and in their school newsrooms,” associate director Gary Lundgren said. “The future of journalism is bright if these students are any indication.”

In addition to serving for at least two years on a student media staff, in broadcast, newspaper, magazine, online or yearbook, the students have earned a 3.5 or higher grade-point average on a 4.0 scale. Publication advisers and journalism instructors have nominated these students for the honor.

Marian High School, Omaha
Nyayian Biel, The Crusader
Jasmine Buttler, The Network
Abigail Elkins, The Crusader
Ellen Everett, The Crusader
Anna Feldman, The Crusader
Nora Fitzsimmons, The Network
Ariana Ganson, The Network
Chloe Herbert, The Network
Keara Hiatt, The Crusader
Katelin Kearney, The Crusader
Lydia Larson, The Network
Holly McCutcheon, The Network
Agoum Monydhel, The Crusader
Daisy Owen, The Crusader
Magdalene Peklo, The Network
Dianna Sledge, The Network
Olivia Sullivan, The Network
Colleen Sully, The Network
Isabella Syslo, The Network
Margaret Timmerman, The Crusader
Chiara Wallen, The Network
Lily Weindel, The Network
Lauren Zadalis, The Crusader

The only other Nebraska program with students honored was Millard West.

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