The Voice’s Bunn Award Winners 2017-2018

The Voice’s Bunn Award Winners 2017-2018


Every year, the Georgetown University Center for Student Engagement selects 18 pieces of student journalism to win the Edward B. Bunn Awards for Journalistic Excellence. The awards are in six categories: news, features, commentary, photo, sports, and review. This year, the Voice received 11 Bunn Awards across five categories. Below are this year’s winners:


1st- It’s not easy being green: Energy competition sparks change but leaves questions by Noah Telerski

3rd- Suited for the arts: Finding space for Georgetown’s creative communities by Elizabeth Pankova


1st- Georgetown’s Qatar campus adapts to international crisis by Michael Coyne

2nd- Students push for expanded women and gender studies program by Rachel Cohen

3rd- Ten years out for change by Katya Schwenk


1st- James Howard finds his home:  The well-traveled coach guides women’s basketball by Jorge DeNeve

2nd-  Offensive foul: Fighting international basketball’s religious headgear ban by Margaux Fontaine

3rd- Green machine: The fastest men’s cross country runner in the Big East by Nick Gavio


1st- Gorgeous and gothic, Phantom Thread probes the dark edges of love by Amy Guay

2nd-  Hook, line, and slasher: Hookman is terrific and terrifying by Anne Paglia


2nd- Aaron Wolf (see photo above)

Outstanding Student Leader of a Media Group – Caitlyn Cobb, Editor-in-Chief Fall 2017

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Lilah Burke Lilah Burke is the former executive news editor of the Georgetown Voice. She graduated from the School of Foreign Service in 2018.

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