Brian Yap (left) wins two awards for his feature story


葉嘉禧撰寫的新聞故事贏取兩個獎項

Alan Wong (centre) clinches three awards for his publication designs


黃瑞麟設計的刊物榮獲三個獎項

Date: 22 Oct 2013 (Tuesday)

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Journalism student and alumnus triumph at Campus News Award competition

新聞系同學及校友贏得「校園學報最佳新聞獎」

Brian Yap (International Journalism, Year 3) and Alan Wong (Journalism graduate) of the School of Communication recently won a total of five awards in the English division of the 2nd Campus Newspaper Award competition organised by China Daily Hong Kong. 

Brian’s article “N-nothings: Only Urban Public Housing Can Pull Us Out of Rental Abyss” published in The Young Reporter, a magazine run by HKBU Journalism students, won him a merit prize in the Best in News Reporting category and made him the winner of the Best in News Writing category.  

Alan snatched a merit prize in the Best in News Page Design category for “LegCo Losers Special” and a merit prize in the Best in Overall Design category for The Young Reporter (March issue). He was the winner of the Best in Overall Design category for The Young Reporter (December issue).  

This year, the competition attracted 267 entries from journalism students from 12 universities in Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan and China competing for awards in 16 categories. The 21-member judging panel comprised veteran media professionals and renowned academics from the four places across the Strait.

傳理學院國際新聞專業三年級葉嘉禧和新聞系畢業生黃瑞麟最近在《中國日報香港版》主辦的第二屆「校園學報最佳新聞獎」英文組別比賽中,合共贏得五個獎項。 

葉同學刊於浸大新聞系學生報The Young Reporter的文章〈N-nothings: Only Urban Public Housing Can Pull us Out of Rental Abyss〉榮獲最佳新聞報導優異獎和最佳新聞寫作冠軍。 

黃校友的作品〈LegCo Losers Special〉為他贏得最佳版面設計優異獎,而他設計的The Young Reporter(三月號) The Young Reporter(十二月號) 則分別獲頒最佳學報設計獎的優異獎和冠軍。 

今年的比賽收到來自香港、澳門、台灣和內地十二間大學新聞系學生提交合共二百六十七份參賽作品,角逐十六個獎項。來自兩岸四地的二十一位評委包括資深傳媒人和知名學者。