Celebrating a Century of Scholastic Journalism Education

JEA Centennial

CELEBRATING A CENTURY OF SCHOLASTIC JOURNALISM EDUCATION
Celebrating a Century of Scholastic Journalism Education

JEA Centennial

Celebrating a Century of Scholastic Journalism Education

JEA Centennial

Our 100 lists of 100: Alabama

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The heart of the South, Alabama has a rich history to learn about today.

1. Annual ASPA Spring Convention
2. ASPA Fall Workshops
3. The Multicultural Journalism Workshop
4. Alabama Journalist of the Year Contest
5. The Susie DeMent Alabama Adviser of the Year Contest
6. The Rick Bragg Feature Writing Award
7. The J.B. Stevenson Journalist of the Year Scholarship
8. Bailey Thomson Award for Editorial Writing
9. Larry Haynes Administrator of the Year Award
10. Alex House Journalism Sustainability Journalism Award
11. ASPA Spirit Award
12. Alabama Broadcaster’s Association Award
13. All-Alabama Award
14. Alabama Scholastic Press Association
15. Southern Interscholastic Press Association Member
16. The Tuscaloosa News
17. The Madison County Record
18. The Decatur Daily
19. The Montgomery Advertiser
20. AL. Com
21. Pulitzer Prize Winning Journalist, John Archibald
22. Alabama Press Association
23. Alabama Media Professionals/National Federation of Press Women Contests
24. Sports Writer turned TV Personality, Paul Finebaum
25. ESPN’s Rece Davis
26. Pulitzer Prize Winning Journalist, Rick Bragg
27. Tina the Toucan Award
28. The Anniston Star
29. The Redstone Rocket
30. Dr. Chris Roberts’ Annual Announcing at the ASPA Awards Ceremony
31. The University of Alabama’s: The Crimson White
32. Auburn University’s The Plainsman
33. The University of North Alabama’s-The Flor-Ala
34. Samford University’s The Samford Crimson
35. Yellowhammer News
36. CNN’s Kaitlan Collins
37. Birmingham News Reporter and Writer Solomon Crenshaw
38. Dr. Matt Bunker
39. The Alabama Press Journalism Foundation
40. Reese Phifer Hall
41. Alabama State University- Hornet Tribune
42. The Iron Bowl
43. Roll Tide Roll
44. War Eagle
45. Harper Lee-”To Kill a Mockingbird”
46. The National Boll Weevil Statue
47. The First State to Recognize Christmas as as an Official Holiday
48. We Invented Windshield Wipers
49. Sweet Potato is the State Vegetable
50. The U.S. Space and Rocket Center
51. Nick Saban
52. Paul “Bear” Bryant
53. Tuscaloosa News’ Cecil Hurt
54. The Vulcan Statue
55. Unclaimed Baggage
56. Charles Barkley
57. Bo Jackson
58. The birthplace of Mardi Gras
59. Helen Keller
60. Tuskegee Airmen
61. Rosa Parks
62. Saturn V Rocket
63. Talladega Superspeedway
64. Moundville Archaeological Park
65. Coon Dog Cemetery
66. Muscle Shoals Sound Studio
67. Home of the first Government Music Officer
68. Alabama Shakespeare Festival
69. USS Alabama
70. The World’s First Wave Pool (Point Mallard Park)
71. Birmingham Business Journal
72. The Cullman Times
73. “Go to Church or the Devil Will Get You” Sign
74. Alexander Shunnarah
75. The Times Daily
76. The Group Alabama
77. Al Neuharth Free Spirit Scholarship
78. NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
79. Redstone Arsenal
80. Athens Storytelling Festival
81. Auburn University’s Jack Simms
82. Gee’s Bend Quilts
83. Auburn’s Living Democracy Journalism Program
84. The University of Alabama’s Dr. Ed Mullins
85. The Nation’s First 9-1-1 Call
86. Conecuh Sausage
87. The Alabama Booksmith
88. “Sweet Home Alabama”
89. All Water Mail Route-Magnolia Springs
90. World’s Largest Office Chair-Miller’s Office Furniture
91. Bamahenge
92. Author Fannie Flagg
93. Author Truman Capote
94. Flora-Bama’s Mullet Toss
95. Rickwood Field-the country’s oldest operating baseball park
96. State with the Most Snails
97. Largest Collection of African-American Art
98. Ave Maria Grotto
99. Setting for Winston Groom’s Forrest Gump
100. 13 Alabama Ghosts and Jeffrey Series

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