Pensacola State College’s student newspaper and literary magazine recently won 14 awards at the 56th annual Florida College System Publications Association conference in Orlando.
The Kilgore Review literary magazine won second place in fiction for a submission from Michael Hughes and third place in poetry for works by Becca Juntunen, Sarah Berrisford and Charles Phillips.
The Corsair newspaper won third place overall in the coveted General Excellence category.
First place awards went to Selina Iglesias for general column and to Abigail Megginson and Kimberly Bogers for picture story. Megginson also won second place for arts review.
Third place winners were Bara’ah Jaraiseh for illustration, Husna Swaleh for comic strip and for editorial cartoon, and Bogers for feature story and for feature photo.
Bogers also received the Inner Circle Award for winning in three or more categories.
During the two-day conference, Jaraiseh and Rebecca Smith participated in an On-the-Spot Photo contest and won first and second place respectively.
Winning entries were published on campus during the 2014-2015 academic year. Serving as publications advisers were Todd Neuman and Mike Will for The Kilgore Review and James Hagan for The Corsair.
Accompanying students to the Florida student publications conference were PSC professors and current Corsair advisers Paula Ingram and Julia Ruengert.