Students, alumni win Student Production Awards
A music video, photography project and reporting broadcast created by IU students won first-place awards in the Lower Great Lakes Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences’ Student Production Awards this weekend, presented as part of the regional Emmy awards.
Lucas Anderson, BA’22, and Dominick Rivers, Eskenazi School of Arts and Design MFA student, were honored for their music video project, “The Rock & Mineral Show.” The project was created in The Media School’s “Experiments with the Film Camera” course.
Xindong Yu, BA’20, won for his photography project, “Last Night on Earth,” created in a “Double Exposure” class.
Senior Mary Claire Molloy was recognized for her work with IU News Net and the Arnolt Center for Investigative Journalism covering sexual assault at IU. “The Red Zone: Sexual assaults at Indiana University” won in the news reports, serious news category. The coverage included an 8-month investigation tracking the number of reported assaults and how the university responded.
Peter Lacopo, BA’19, MS’21, was nominated for an award in the Non-Fiction Long Form category for his capstone project, “Somos Holy Cross.” The video documents a dual-language/immersion program at Holy Cross School in South Bend, Indiana.