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College Media Association / Associated Collegiate Press

  • 1st Place for Best Collegiate Design/Writing Pinnacle Award — Best Feature Page/Spread
  • 1st Place for Best Special Section Pinnacle Award — More than Four Pages
  • 3rd Place for for Newspaper of the Year — Four-Year Less-Than Weekly

Missouri College Media Association

  • First Place, Special Section / Supplement (Staff)
  • Second Place, Investigative Reporting (Staff)
  • Third Place, In-Depth News Reporting (Staff)
  • Honorable Mention, Column by Rachael Long

Southeast Arrow Places Third in Best of Show at CMA Spring Convention | Southeast Missouri State University

The Arrow, Southeast Missouri State University’s award-winning student newspaper, picked up another national honor March 10 when it was awarded third place in the David L. Adams Apple Awards contest at the College Media Association’s Spring National College Media Convention in New York City. The recognition, which is part of the convention’s best-of-show competition, was for Best Homepage and reflected excellence in online website development. Entries were judged on the breadth of news coverage

Arrow Editor Named MCMA’s Journalist of the Year, Southeast Arrow Receives Top Awards | Southeast Missouri State University

Kara Hartnett, editor of the Arrow, the student newspaper of Southeast Missouri State University, was named Journalist of the Year at the Missouri College Media Association (MCMA) Conference April 7-8 at Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Missouri. Hartnett of Metamora, Illinois, a senior double major in multimedia journalism and global cultures and languages, global studies option, Latin American civilization track, has served as the editor of the Arrow this school year. “Kara is the most

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Arrow Honored with Seven Awards in Three National Competitions | Southeast Missouri State University

The Arrow, the student newspaper at Southeast Missouri State University, placed first in two categories of the College Media Association Pinnacle Award and was honored with seven awards in total at the Associated College Press (ACP) /College Media Association (CMA) Fall National College Media Convention Oct. 25-28 in Louisville, Kentucky. The Arrow won the first-place Writing Pinnacle in the “Best Special Section: More than Four Pages” category for a special report titled “The Impact Zone;” fir

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