The outing raises funds for the John M. Jackson Memorial Scholarship.
The school also placed eighth in the overall competition, which includes writing, television, radio, multimedia and photojournalism.
The award-winning story covered the sentencing of a former Jacobs School of Music lecturer accused of sexually assaulting a student.
O’Reilly participated in Indiana University’s first “Representing Religion” symposium.
The championship takes place in San Francisco in June.
Narisetti visited the IU Bloomington campus as part of the India Remixed festival.
“We are delighted to welcome such an impressive group of promising young honors students to the Media School for fall 2018,” said Media School dean James Shanahan.
Each will receive about $1,000 each for a journalism competition.
Krahnke has taught at IU for twenty years, intimately involved in curricular design and development in a number of units.
Rodenbush most recently served as student media adviser and corporate communications manager for The Rocky Mountain Collegian.