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Student Spotlight: Mallory Miller

Mallory Miller is the winner of the 2013-2014 Edward Shipsey, S.J., Journalism Prize. Established in 1984 by Alfred Orr Kelly in honor of Edward J. Shipsey, S.J., this prize is awarded to the outstanding student who has made a commitment to a career in journalism.

Mallory, a senior double majoring in Communication and Environmental studies, is a veteran of The Santa Clara student newspaper, where she started as a reporter, became the news editor, and is now the managing editor. She has covered a variety of topics with skill and determination, including the police beat, business and technology, and breaking news across campus. She also works closely with the online editor to create digital content for the newspaper website.

Mallory is currently interning at the Santa Cruz Sentinel, where she reports and writes feature stories.

Past Shipsey prize winners include Kurt Wagner, an associate editor who covers social media at Re/code; Jeremy Herb, a defense reporter at Politico; and Melissa Segura, a staff writer at Sports Illustrated.

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