The Central Trend wins eleven MIPA awards

The Michigan Interscholastic Press Association recently announced winners of 2019 awards. Students all across the state compete for awards over a variety of categories, and The Central Trend is proud to have eleven winning stories this year. Check them out here!


Reena Mathews – 2nd place

Bylined Opinion Article – If I have to be standardized, so do they

Susannah Bennett – 2nd place

In-Depth Feature – Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is set to showcase FHC’s best and brightest thespians

Reena Mathews – 2nd place

Personal Narrative – When I stole a moment of freedom

Sarah Wordhouse – 2nd place

Diversity Coverage – Foreign exchange student Toni Friedrich finds enjoyment in all that Michigan offers

Molly Donovan – 3rd place

Sports News Story – Varsity football beats Lowell 35-10 on the road, first time since 1999

Nisha Rajakrishna – Honorable Mention

Review – Atmosphere put on an astounding concert for all

Susannah Bennett – Honorable Mention

Review – Forty Acres Soul Food Kitchen is heavenly and absolute perfection

Lynlee Derrick – Honorable Mention

Human Interest Feature – Even having been legally dead won’t stop Abbey Stone

Amanda Bartolovic – Honorable Mention

Personality Profile – New FHC media materials clerk Jaye Beeler is an accomplished author and cook

Courtney Collar – Honorable Mention

Informative Feature – The unprecendented Student Athlete Leadership Council is here to improve the athletic culture

Sam Tuori – Honorable Mention

Sports News Story – Jimmy Scholler makes history, boys varsity basketball wins 62-42