Senior Madison Dudley Takes Second Prize at Indianapolis Journalism Competition
November 12, 2017
At the 31st annual Thomas R. Keating Competition, a collegiate journalism contest sponsored by the Indianapolis Press Club Foundation and held yesterday, "Finishing second and earning $1,750 was Madison Dudley, a DePauw senior, who captured the stories of some veterans as they watched the Downtown parade from the Indiana War Memorial steps," notes the Indianapolis Star. (l-r: Madison Dudley, Professor Samuel Autman, and Austin Candor at the Keating Competition)
Another DePauw University senior, Austin Candor, was a finalist in the contest.
"The foundation’s board picked Veterans Day as this year’s writing challenge. Students had to write about a topic connected to the federal holiday, which honors those who served in the military," notes the newspaper. "The competition is named in honor of Tom Keating, a popular former Indianapolis Star columnist and Lilly Endowment executive who died in 1985 at the age of 45. Since its inception in 1986, the Keating program has awarded more than $140,000 to Indiana college and university students."
Access the story at IndyStar.com.
Dudley is editor-in-chief of Indiana's oldest college newspaper, The DePauw. Candor's column on the Monon Bell was published Friday in the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette.
Source: Indianapolis StarBack