Competition Finalists

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School, Studio, and Back for DC Rapper Lightshow by Leah Cohen

This article was a finalist in the 2023 DC College Student Arts Journalism Competition. This article was first published in the Georgetown Hoya. Lightshow, a...

Prince Harry’s Spare re-rehashes the past by Maanasi Chintamani

This article was a finalist in the 2023 DC College Student Arts Journalism Competition. It was originally published in the Georgetown Voice. Oprah. 60 Minutes....

Ballerina Misty Copeland Focuses Lens on Social Issues in ‘Flower’ by Ebenezer Nkunda

This article was a finalist in the 2023 DC College Student Arts Journalism Competition. It was originally published in the Howard University News Service. Misty...

Laufey’s spell-binding Bewitched is akin to a storybook fairytale by Sagun Shrestha

This article was a finalist in Day Eight's 2023 DC College Student Arts Journalism Challenge. It was first published in the Georgetown Voice. The charts...

Noah Kahan’s “Stick Season” Dives Headfirst into Who We Are and Where We Come From by Francesca Theofilou

This article is the winner of the 2022 DC Student Arts Journalism Competition. Click here to learn more about the competition. It is, indeed, the...

Persistent Vision: How UMD’s Punk Collections came to be by Molly Szymanski

This article was a finalist in the 2022 DC Student Arts Journalism Competition. Click here to learn more about the competition. John Davis rolled over...

A Dream Re-Rendered by Zeniya Cooley

This article was a finalist in the 2022 DC Student Arts Journalism Competition. The article was first published in the magazine Salvation South. Click...

AU alum Ismah Khan tackles tough topics in her short film ‘Disturbed’ by Olivia Kozlevcar

This article was a finalist and winner of the 2021 DC Student Arts Journalism Competition. Click here to learn more about the competition. “Disturbed,” a...

Beyond the Lights sits at the intersection of commentary and theatre by Ajani Jones

This article is a finalist in the 2021 DC Student Arts Journalism Competition. Click here to learn more about the competition. It’s five minutes...

Sometimes stupid cool shit is all that matters by Sarah Watson

Content Warning: This article references self-harm and eating disorders.   This article is a finalist in the 2021 DC Student Arts Journalism Competition. Click here to...

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Two poems by Atena Danner

These poems are part of a special section of the Mid-Atlantic Review, Celebrating Black History, and selected by editors Khadijah Ali-Coleman, Carolivia Herron, and...

Legacy: a Documentary Poem for My Ancestor by Sherri Mehta

These poems are part of a special section of the Mid-Atlantic Review, Celebrating Black History, and selected by editors Khadijah Ali-Coleman, Carolivia Herron, and...

On a Black High School Senior Who Cannot Walk With His Class Because of His Natural Hairstyle by Synnika Alek-Chizoba Lofton

These poems are part of a special section of the Mid-Atlantic Review, Celebrating Black History, and selected by editors Khadijah Ali-Coleman, Carolivia Herron, and...
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