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He is a student at Cypress Bay High, a new school in Weston that, despite being less than a year old, has as many corporate sponsors as a star athlete. Because of business deals and partnerships, the school didn’t have to pay for athletic scoreboards worth several thousand dollars each; all of its teachers got laptop computers at a special rate; and a Nike sports camp is in the works for the summer. Next year, students will be able to intern at a local hospital.”Without corporate help, it would be hard for us to find all the school funds for this,” Jonathan says, shrugging off the only downside he sees: “Nike shoes don’t fit me good, but our football team has to wear them.”Jonathan is an example of how the growing role of business and marketing in schools is increasingly viewed as normal.
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The awards were announced at the end of a joint convention of the Mississippi Press Association and the Louisiana Press Association held at the IP Resort, Casino and Spa.Reporters April Havens and Warren Kulo won first place in the Division III continuing coverage category with Community News Director Gareth Clary for their combined reporting throughout 2013 of Byrd’s state and federal criminal cases.The Mississippi Press picked up another award for continuing coverage for Kulo’s week long reporting from Cruisin’ The Coast.Havens and Kulo also took second place in the spot news category for their coverage of the Mississippi Gulf Coast Honor Flight’s trip to Washington during the government shutdown and the veterans breaking through the barricades. The coverage also included the local impacts of the shutdown.Havens earned a second place in the business category for her reporting on the GoCoast 2020 plan for oil spill related restoration projects.Here is a complete list of the awards announced on Saturday:1, Sam Winstrom, The Maroon, “Stolen knowledge;” 2, Andrea Gallo, The Daily Reveille, “Reveille 7 clash With Huey Long;” 3, Cody Sexton, The Tech Talk, “Tech XXI: Meet our new mascot and the family who cares for him.”1, Olivia McClure, The Daily Reveille, “Programs target worst health in rural USA;” 2, Lauren Myers, The Daily Reveille, “LSU trying to curb obscenity at games;” 3, no selection.1, Morgan Searles, The Daily Reveille, “Mistaken identity;” no second or third selection.1, Alexis Rebennack, The Daily Reveille, “Ceramics studio ceiling falls;” 2, Andrea Gallo, The Daily Reveille, “Sense of humor remembered at funeral;” 3, Kaleb Causey, The Tech Talk, “$50,891 stolen from athletics .”1, Lucy Dieckhaus, The Maroon, “Behind closed doors: disenfranchised;” 2, Ferris McDaniel, The Daily Reveille, “Fraternity investigated;” 3, Allison Crady, The Lion’s Roar, “Rise in heroin deaths attributed to new laws.”College Breaking/Spot Sports Photo1, Richard Redmann, The Daily Reveille, “The catch;” no second or third selection.1, Dimitri Skoumpourdis, The Daily Reveille, “He’s my protector;” 2, Chris Abshire, The Daily Reveille, “Nike deal with LSU declining in value;” 3, Chandler Rome, The Daily Reveille, “Steroids in college sports.”1, Chris Martin, The Lion’s Roar, “Recruitment hug;” 2, Elisabetta Zengaro, The (Delta State University) Delta Statement, “Welcome back students!;” 3, Wadner Pierre, The Maroon, “Pour some powder on me.”1, Chris Martin, The Lion’s Roar, “Hurdler” 2, Chris Martin, The Lion’s Roar, “Lions king of Southland;” 3, Elisabetta Zengaro, The Delta Statement, “Declan Harrick looks to shoot the ball.”College Spot/Breaking News Photos1, Richard Redmann, The Daily Reveille, “Fleeing suspect flips car Into lake;” 2, Deepanjan Mukhopadhyay, The Tech Talk, “Coming out;” 3, Deepanjan Mukhopadhyay, The Tech Talk, “Tobacco taboo.”1, Jana King, The Daily Reveille, “Rape culture;” 2, Eli Haddow, The Daily Reveille, “Ignorance about government;” 3, Nick Pierce, The Daily Reveille, “Tragedies difficult to understand.”1, Staff, The Daily Reveille, “We’re ashamed;” 2, Staff, The Maroon, “A message to SGA: Burn the ballots;” 3, Staff, The Maroon, “New SGA constitution threatens to breed SGA dictatorship.”1, T. Scott Boatright, The Ruston Daily Leader, “GSU coach sacked;” 2, Nancy Bergeron, The Ruston Daily Leader, “An extra long recess;” 3, T.