This year attracted 12,847 entries produced by students at colleges, universities and secondary schools throughout the United States.Judges cited a total of 1,780 winners for either First, Second or Third Place or for Certificates of Merit for those deemed worthy of honorable mention in a category.Relationship advice is not always easy to give, but add in a little humor and it becomes much easier to process.
Includes general interest, literary, literary-art, folk and other specialized magazines. Claire Wiseman, “Powerplay seen at convention, strip club,” , University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL. Lauren Sedam, “The freshman,” idsnews.com/inside, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN;3.
These awards reflect entries produced between June 16, 2012 through June 15, 2013. Elton Hobson, “Inside history,” Magazine World, Humber College, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; CM. Ben Wade, “Cake TV,” , Savannah College of Art and Design Atlanta, Atlanta, GA. Editorial Cartoons No awards given in this category.
In his manifesto, Rodger remarked that PUAHate "confirmed many of the theories I had about how wicked and degenerate women really are." Some of PUAHate's users argued that the shootings were the fault of the women who declined to have sex with Rodger.
The SPLC later added a caveat, saying, "It should be mentioned that the SPLC did not label MRAs as members of a hate movement; nor did our article claim that the grievances they air on their websites – false rape accusations, ruinous divorce settlements and the like – are all without merit.
The terms "alpha male" and "beta male" are also commonly used.
According to Caitlin Dewey of The Washington Post, the manosphere's "core philosophy basically boils down to this: (1) feminism has overrun/corrupted modern culture, in violation of nature/biology/inherent gender differences, and (2) men can best seduce women (slash, save society in general) by embracing a super-dominant, uber-masculine gender role, forcing ladies to fall into step behind them." Ro K is distinct from men's rights forums such as PUAHate in that it promotes "game" (i.e. Ro K writers also criticize the profeminism men's movement and The Good Men Project, arguing that they lead to feminized, passive, weak men who are content to remain on the lowest rungs of the social hierarchy.
Student journalists working on these print or electronic media chose from 42 yearbook categories and 51 digital media categories for individual or staff entries.### These awards reflect entries produced between June 16, 2012 through June 15, 2013. Editorial Page Design Newsmagazine format No awards given in this category. Editorial Page Design Portfolio of work No awards given in this category. Op-Ed or News Analysis Page Design Tabloid format No awards given in this category. Op-Ed or News Analysis Page Design Broadsheet format1. Corinne Winthrop, “Hitting the runway CSU style,” , Ball State University, Muncie, IN. Single Subject News or Feature Package, Single Page Design Newsmagazine format No awards were given in this category. Single Subject News or Feature Package, Single Page Design Portfolio of work No awards were given in this category. Single Subject News or Feature Package, Two Pages, Double-truck or Special Section Design Tabloid format1.
Because CSPA dates its awards by the year in which they are given, they are known as the 2013 Gold Circle Awards for Newspapers. Tonya Loewen, “Electoral college/map,” , Santa Ana College, Santa Ana, CA. Op-Ed or News Analysis Page Design Portfolio of work No awards given in this category. Connor Kirschbaun, “Fandom by the numbers,” , Santa Ana College, Santa Ana, CA; CM. Single Subject News or Feature Package, Two Pages, Double-truck or Special Section Design Portfolio of work No awards given in this category. Sarah Rea, “The Face of a bully,” Scribe, Humber College, Toronto, Ontario, Canada;2.
But we did call out specific examples of misogyny and the threat, overt or implicit, of violence." Mike Riggs of Libertarian magazine Reason also criticized the SPLC for defining manosphere sites as "hate-groups." Said Riggs, "Take note, America: Having consensual sex (Roosh is not a rapist, but a seducer) with someone you don't actually like and then never calling her/him again will land you in a reputation-ruining SPLC report." Caitlin Dewey, writing for The Washington Post, said that while the manosphere was not to blame for Rodger's attack and it would be irresponsible to make that claim, "Rodger's misogynistic rhetoric seems undeniably influenced by the manosphere".
Many manosphere commenters also strongly rejected any attempts to blame the manosphere for the killings, with one commenter writing that "His [Rodger] is a perfect case of someone who needed the red pill... They provide a kind of locker room, a place where guys can gripe about all the bad things that are being done to them by women".
One day in the car, he heard on the radio of some local announcers talking about how a guy appeared on the Phil Donahue show talking about picking up women.