Great Lakes Echo recently placed second in the College Newspaper of the Year category of a Michigan Press Association contest.
Two Echo reporters also received division 1 honors in the College Better Newspaper contest:
- Brianna Lane received first place in the News Story category for Trees please: A move to reforest formerly redlined Great Lakes cities
- Taylor Haelterman received second place in the Multimedia Reporting category for Offshore wind could provide double the electricity Michiganders used in 2019.
Great Lakes Echo is a publication of the Knight Center for Environmental Journalism at Michigan State University.
Another MSU publication, Capital News Service, placed third in the newspaper of the year category. The Michigan Daily at the University of Michigan placed first.