Article by Phoenix writer Britney Guevara ’21:
Congratulations to The Phoenix news staff for an excellent showing yesterday at the Adelphi Journalism awards. The Phoenix won third place for Most Outstanding Newspaper, led by Editor in Chief, James Mooney III ’20.
Ally Goldsmith ’20 won first place in Opinion Writing and Isabella Nieminen ’20 won second for Feature Writing. 30 schools and hundreds of students attend the Adelphi awards every year.
Bro. Roger Poletti, S.M., Assistant Principal for Activities remarked, “We’re very excited that they received third place at the Quill Awards held at Adelphi. It’s very rewarding to see students focus their energies and succeed.”
Other nominees included Best Newspaper Article by Nicole Aponte ’20, Best Story by Angelo Tsassis ’22, and Best Layout by James Mooney III ’20.
You can see the nominated and winning articles at kellenberg.org/phoenix:
- Best News Article: Nicole Aponte, volume 32, issue 6 – “$147,776 Raised by School Community for Day of Giving”
- Best Feature: Isabella Nieminen, volume 32, issue 7 – “Full-Time Students: Finding Passion in Part-Time Jobs”
- Best Opinion Piece: Ally Goldsmith, volume 33, issue 2 – “A CAT Should ‘Get Me In,’ Not an
- Best Sports Story: Angelo Tsassis, volume 33, issue 2 – “Star Running Back DeLucia Off to the Races, and to Harvard”
- Best Layout: James Mooney III, volume 33, issue 1, page 12-13 spread
- Most Outstanding Newspaper: James Mooney III (Editor-in-Chief), volume 32, issue 6; volume 33, issue 1; volume 33, issue 2