About

Hannah Holzer

Hello, my name is Hannah Holzer and I am a journalist currently studying at the University of California at Davis. I am currently a Features Writer for The California Aggie. Previously, I was a contributing writer for the Granite Bay Gazette, the largest high school paper in the nation, for two years. During my last year at The Gazette I was one of three co-editors-in-chief. My writing for The Gazette is viewable here. I was also a contributing writer for Fresh U; my work for this publication is viewable here.

Where I have been published: The Granite Bay Gazette, Fresh U, The United State of Women, The California Aggie

Journalism awards I have received for my writing:

  • First place award from the California Press Women in the News category for the 2016 High School Communications Contest (2016)
  • Honorable Mention in the newswriting category for the national competition from the Federation of Press Women
  • Second Place award from the Journalism Education Association of Northern California for NEWSPUB news story
  • Honorable mention from the Journalism Education Association of Northern California for NEWSPUB newspaper front page design (2016)
  • Honorable mention from the Journalism Education Association of Northern California for NEWSPUB general feature story (2016)
  • Granite Bay High School Publications Department Award (2016)
  • First place for the California Newspaper Publishers Association’s Better Newspapers Contest for news enterprise story for the article “Technology’s Effect on Communication” (2016)
  • Collective effort, first place winner in General Excellence category for the 2015 Gazettes published, as acknowledged by the California Newspaper Publishers Association
  • Tied for third in the annual Journalism Education Association of Northern California’s (JEANC) Journalist of the Year competition (2016)
  • “Rookie of the Year” award from The Granite Bay Gazette staff (2015)

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