Cherwell win website of the year award

first_imgCherwell has won the Guardian Student Media Award for ‘Student Website of the Year’ at the 2008 ceremony.Cherwell were nominated for the award earlier in the year, along with ‘Student Publication Design of the Year’, which was won by another publication.On the website award win, former Editor-in-Chief of Cherwell, Henry Clarke Price, said, “It’s a great testament to all the hard work of the Cherwell team over the past year”.Cherwell’s website was recently re-designed in a new initiative to promote online and multimedia content.OxStu winFormer Editor of The Oxford Student, Hannah Kuchler, won ‘Student Reporter of the Year’ at the Guardian awards.She commented, “I’m really happy. I’ve always said OxStu doesn’t print lies”.last_img

Conan sitting tight for now

first_img“I got the call this morning from Barbara Walters,” he said, adding he planned to pick up where O’Donnell leaves off and begin picking on Donald Trump. – Associated Press Clinton urges graduates to act Former President Bill Clinton challenged University of Michigan graduates to do their part in a world marred by inequality and insecurity. Speaking to 6,500 graduates at the school’s spring commencement, Clinton punctuated his 23-minute speech with bits of humor while stressing community and responsibility. “Think about how you are going to define your citizenship of your nation, community and the world, and how you will reconcile that with your different identities,” Clinton said. An estimated 59,000 people filled more than half the seats in Michigan Stadium. While Clinton mostly avoided politics in his address, several students wore graduation caps with “end the war” written or taped on top. – Associated Press 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! He’s still two years away from replacing Jay Leno on “The Tonight Show,” but already Conan O’Brien seems to be sizing things up. “Have you planned any changes while … you were looking?” Leno asked O’Brien when the latter dropped by the late-night talk show on Friday. O’Brien reassured Leno, the show’s host since 1992, that he won’t be moving onto its Burbank set any time soon. “It’s years away,” O’Brien quipped, adding that rather than succeed Leno in 2009 as planned, he’s decided to take the job Rosie O’Donnell is leaving on daytime television’s “The View.” last_img read more