NIC student newspaper places 4th with 4-year schools

Even though North Idaho College is a two-year school, its student newspaper, The Sentinel, took fourth-place for Best Four-Year Newspaper in the Best of Show contest at the annual Associated Collegiate Press and Collegiate Media Association media convention in New Orleans on Oct. 26. Due to a clerical error, The Sentinel competed against four-year schools.

The ACP awarded NIC student Connor Coughlin, of Coeur d’Alene an honorable mention for editorial cartooning. The Sentinel was also named as an ACP Newspaper Pacemaker finalist. The ACP Newspaper Pacemaker contest has awarded general excellence in collegiate newspapers for 86 years and entries were judged by the staff at the Miami Herald this year.

For More Information
NIC Journalism Instructor and Sentinel Advisor Geoff Carr, (208) 769-3276 or

Posted: Friday, Nov. 22, 2013

Email ArticleEmail


Find us on:
Go To Our Facebook Page Go To Our Twitter Page Go To Our Instagram Page Go To Our You Tube Videos Page Go To Our Flickr Photos Page

NIC Communications and Marketing Contacts

Tom Greene,
Communications Coordinator
(208) 665-2759 or

Stacy Hudson,
Communications and Marketing Director
(208) 769-7819 or

Mark Browning, Vice President for Communications and Governmental Relations
(208) 769-3316 or

News Search