Morning Glory, CLU’s literary and visual arts magazine, was named a finalist for the prestigious Magazine Pacemaker
award from the Associated Collegiate Press. It is the second year in a row the magazine has reached the finals in the Literary Magazine category.
The ACP Magazine Pacemaker honors general excellence in collegiate magazines. Given annually since 1927, these coveted awards are unofficially known as the “Pulitzer Prizes of student journalism.” CLU is one of only six four-year universities in the country to be named a finalist in its category.
This is the third time Morning Glory has been a Pacemaker finalist. The magazine was honored for the first time in 1982. The ACP has also presented 26 All American Awards to Morning Glory through the years. In 1990, the magazine was inducted into the College Media Association’s Hall of Fame.