Awards & Accolades

2013

Gold Medal for Best University Magazine (Canadian Council for the Advancement of Education)

2012

Gold Medal for English Writing for The oldest rabble-rouser on campus (Canadian Council for the Advancement of Education)

Silver Medal for Best Video/Multimedia Content for Our McGill Places (Canadian Online Publishing Awards)

Finalist for Best Video/Multimedia Content for Celebrating 100 Years of the McGill Daily (Canadian Online Publishing Awards)

Finalist for Best Companion Website (Canadian Online Publishing Awards)

Finalist for Best Profile/Interview for Judge Judy n’a qu’à bien se tenir (Grands prix du journalisme indépendant)

2010

Silver Medal for English Writing for The comeback kid (Canadian Council for the Advancement of Education)

Silver Medal for French Writing for Citoyenne du monde (Canadian Council for the Advancement of Education)

2008

Gold Medal for English Writing for The star gazer (Canadian Council for the Advancement of Education)

2005

Gold Medal for English Writing for Dateline: Baghdad (Canadian Council for the Advancement of Education)

2004

Gold Medal for English Writing for A Fine Balance: The Art and Science of Architecture (Canadian Council for the Advancement of Education)

Gold Medal for Article about Research in Science or Engineering for It’s a nano world (Canadian Council for the Advancement of Education)

Bronze Medal for Best Article on a Topic of Human Interest for Leaning on a legacy: Tilting finds its future in the past (Canadian Council for the Advancement of Education)

2003

Bronze Medal for English Writing for Passing the torch (Canadian Council for the Advancement of Education)

2002

Bronze Medal for English Writing for The Heidi chronicles (Canadian Council for the Advancement of Education)

2001

Gold Medal for Best Magazine (Canadian Council for the Advancement of Education)

Silver Medal for French Writing for Les étudiants remontent aux barricades (Canadian Council for the Advancement of Education)

2000

Bronze Medal for English Writing for L.O.V.E. story (Canadian Council for the Advancement of Education)