Congratulations to the editors, staff, and advisers of Postscript, Park’s student-run newspaper, on receiving a First Class Honor from the National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA)! The Postscript 2017-18 received Marks of Distinction for Exemplary Work in three categories: Coverage & Content, Text, and Presentation.
NSPA noted that, overall, Postscript demonstrates “great editorial selection covering aspects of student life, localizing national stories with commentary features and rounding out other aspects of student life with culture, arts and sports.”
Comments for the Mark of Distinction in Coverage & Content highlighted one article “demonstrated a journalistic quality beyond high school years.”
The Mark of Distinction in Text noted “very well written articles with strong establishing leads.” In Presentation, the NSPA reviewer cited Postscript’s consistency in layout.
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