This page will update as the awards are announced. Please check back for more results. Best PhotographerThis category aims to recognise the best student photographer at a student paper. Judges are looking for photos which reflect campus life, are well shot, and tell a story. Anna Gibbs, PalatinateDomas Radzevicius, Magdalen MagazineEmily Heath, InQuireJoey McCallion, Trinity NewsJuliet Cookson, Forge PressLuisa De la Concha Montes, Quench MagazineMatthew Nixon, ConcreteMeg Firth, The GryphonRoo Pitt, ConcreteStefano Dunne, The Boar Best Human Rights StorySupported by RightsInfo, this category aims to reward the best human rights story produced by a student journalist in the UK, looking at relevance to the audience, writing style and originality. Annissa Warsame, The Falmouth AnchorDylan O’Neill, The University ObserverBecca Bashford, The OrbitalSasha Baker,…
The UK and Ireland’s top awards for student newspapers and magazines are back. With 21 categories, the SPA Awards recognise work at all levels of student publications. This year sees the inclusion of new awards for scientific and human rights journalism, as well as the dedication of our Outstanding Commitment…
Congratulations to the winners of the 2018 SPA Regional Awards! South West Best Publication: Exeposé, Exeter Best Journalist: Megan Davies, Exeposé Best Impact: ‘Exeter Career Zone accidentally quote Nazi general in email blast’, The Falmouth Anchor Best Development: The Falmouth Anchor, Falmouth and Exeter Best Events Coverage: March for Mental…
The SPA’s Regional Awards are back.
Epigram, the official student newspaper of the University of Bristol, was the big winner at the Student Publication Association’s National Awards this weekend, scooping both Best Publication and Best Reporter. York Vison’s Abbie Llewellyn scooped the prestigious Outstanding Commitment, while Interhacktives at City University received Best Specialist.
Don’t try to tell me you don’t want to be like the cool people at that photo. Everyone wants to win an award at #SPANC17 – after all, it is the biggest and best annual student journalism awards.
26 journalists from over 21 publications were honoured in 16 categories, ranging from Sports Coverage to Best Design to Best Newcomer; all of which were judged by a panel of independent judges from across the journalism industry.
The SPA is delighted to finally reveal its 2016 suite of awards, to be presented at #SPANC16.
The Student Publication Association is pleased to announce the shortlist for its Best of 2015 competition.
The SPA is on the hunt to find the very best student media of 2015 – and we need your help to find it!