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Students scoop Guardian media awards

Our student journalists triumphed at the Guardian Student Media Awards 2014 with York Vision scooping Student Publication of the Year.

York Vision team with Rick Edwards
This is the sixth time since 2000 the title has won the award. Campus rival Nouse was runner-up.

It was also a successful night for former Vision editor Patrick Greenfield who won reporter of the year while James Tyas, former film editor at Nouse, was runner-up in the critic of the year award.

More than 700 hopefuls entered for 2014 awards which were judged by leading industry figures including the Guardian News and Media editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger, Financial Times deputy editor John Thornhill and Cate Sevilla, managing editor of BuzzFeed UK.

The awards were presented at a ceremony at the Guardian headquarters in London hosted by broadcaster Rick Edwards.