City College Times wins at state journalism convention

Conference canceled because of coronavirus


Photo illustration by Steve Hill, Times Staff

Magnolia Lonero and Karla Andrea Meza Flores celebrate at the JACC 2019 Norcal conference at San Jose State University.

The Journalism Association of Community Colleges awarded San Jose City College Times four awards for its work during the spring and fall 2019 semesters.

The 65th Annual JACC State Convention 2020 in Burbank, California, was cancelled in March because of coronavirus-based travel restrictions, but judges still reviewed mailed-in entries.

The four winners and their entries are:

Newspaper writing, opinion story, second place, Krissy Tobey

When mommy wasn’t the greatest,” Feb. 19, 2019


Graphics/design, editorial cartoon, fourth place, Andrea Karla Meza Flores

American people vs. NRA,” Sept. 24, 2019


Newspaper Writing, Column Writing, honorable mention, Zoe Goddard

Alcoholism costs more than money,” March 12, 2019

My 24 hours in a mental ward,” Oct. 22, 2019


Newspaper writing, profile feature story, honorable mention, Krissy Tobey

Echoes were probably hers,” Feb. 19, 2019