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Informing the  Berea and Baldwin Wallace University Communities Since 1913

The Exponent

The Exponent tops Society of Professional Journalists regional award, advancing to contests at national level

After a six-week hiatus due to financial restraints, The Exponent has made a strong comeback with its latest print issue (published and distributed on April 10) and another SPJ award, adding accolades to our 111-year-old newsroom.
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The Exponent is the winner of the Corbin Gwaltney Award for Best All-Around Student Newspaper this year.

On April 13, The Exponent received the Corbin Gwaltney Award for Best All-Around Student Newspaper from the Society of Professional Journalists (Region 4) in recognition of our outstanding accomplishments in collegiate journalism.

As the winner of this award, The Exponent will represent the states of Michigan, Ohio, West Virginia, and the western part of Pennsylvania to compete against other top 1 college newspapers from other regions at the national level for the “Mark of Excellence” Awards.

As members of the Exponent executive board and aspiring (student) journalists, we would like to extend our gratitude and appreciation to all our beloved readers in Northeast Ohio and beyond. Without any of you, we would not have made it here.

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