Class of 2018

Chips Quinn Scholars class of 2018

  1. Asia Burns, Samford University, Atlanta Journal-Constitution
  2. Maritza Cruz, University of Arizona, The Mercury News (San Jose, Calif.)
  3. Jessy Diamba, University of North Texas, USA TODAY Network (Phoenix)
  4. Benjamin Din, Northwestern University, The Wall Street Journal (Los Angeles)
  5. Rishika Dugyala, Northwestern University, Thomson Reuters (New York)
  6. Sara Ernst, Vanderbilt University, USA TODAY Network (Nashville, Tenn.)
  7. Dalia Espinosa, California State University, Northridge, Los Angeles Daily News
  8. Andy Field, University of Oregon, The Tennessean (Nashville)
  9. Tailyr Irvine, University of Montana, Tampa Bay Times (St. Petersburg, Fla.)
  10. Jayla Jackson, Middle Tennessee State University, Democrat & Chronicle (Rochester, N.Y.)
  11. Kristin Lam, San Jose State University, The Mercury News (San Jose, Calif.)
  12. Mara Lopez, University of Texas, Arlington, The Commercial Appeal (Memphis, Tenn.)
  13. Kelsey Mo, Arizona State University, The Arizona Republic (Phoenix)
  14. Sheila Raghavendran, Indiana University, WYSO Public Radio (Yellow Springs, Ohio)
  15. Zahria Sanchez-Rogers, Colorado State University, Pueblo, The Courier-Journal (Louisville, Ky.)
  16. Jay Shah, Stony Brook University, Nashville Public Radio (Tennessee)
  17. Supriya Sridhar, University of Oklahoma, The Courier-Journal (Louisville, Ky.)
  18. Jadyn Watson-Fisher, University of Oklahoma, USA TODAY Network (Nashville, Tenn.)
  19. Salgu Wissmath, Ohio University, The Courier-Journal (Louisville, Ky.)
  20. Amanda Zhou, Dartmouth College, Chalkbeat (New York)