Trinity College Dublin is big winner at Student Media Awards
More than 1,500 entries received
Ronan Burtenshaw of Trinity News, which won the Newspaper of the Year award at the National Student Media Awards in Dublin yesterday. Photograph: Eric Luke
From left: finalists Cathal O'Donhnallain, the Bull; Ronan Burtenshaw, Trinity News, which won the Newspaper of the Year award; Emer Sugrue of the University Observer; Jenny Darmody of the College View; Jarlath Moloneyof the Edition; and Aoife Valentine of the University Observer at the National Student Media Awards in Dublin yesterday. Photograph: Eric Luke
Trinity College Dublin was the big winner at the 13th Student Media Awards held in Dublin last night.
The award for newspaper of the year, sponsored by The Irish Times and judged by features editor of The Irish Times , Conor Goodman, went to Trinity News from Trinity College.
The layout and design category, judged by Liam Ryan, the production and design editor of The Irish Times , went to Dargan Crowley Long of Trinity News .
Trinity College also emerged with awards for web design, blog, magazine, colour writer, news and politics, and feature writer.
Griffith College, Dublin City University and Dublin Institute of Technology won four awards each.
Other winners included the National University of Galway, University of Limerick,UCC, National University Maynooth, Queen’s University and Dun Laoghaire College of Art and Design.