Levin Awarded Periodic Medal for Journalism (Vol. 1, Issue 18)
The 1935-36 Governing Board of the Commentator has chosen as the first recipient of the recently offered Feuerstein Medal for Journalism, A. Leo Levin ’39, a member of the Associate News Staff, it was announced late last night.
The medal is being offered by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. Feuerstein of Brookline, Mass., in recognition of the high journalistic standards maintained by the Commentator from its inception until the present time. It is also given with the hope of inspiring the future members of the staffs to strive for yet higher standards.
Named by Governing Board
According to the provisions set for the award, the recepient is to be named by the outgoing Governing Board, and announced in the last issue of the year. Only members of the News and Associate News Staffs are eligible for the award.
Candidates are to be judged on the basis of past merit as well as on the probability of future service to the paper.
Levin joined the Commentator staff early in the fall term and soon became a steady reporter. He expects to stay with the Commentator through the remainder of his college years.