Lorne Clarkson wins Studs Terkel Community Media Scholarship

Columbia College senior Lorne Clarkson has won the coveted Studs Terkel Community Media Scholarship award. His documentary Little Things – a film about the Gold Family and their homestead in Ypsilanti, MI – exhibited his talents in exemplary storytelling with a noteably Terkellian perspective.

Read Lorne’s Bio here

The 2013 Studs Terkel Community Media Awards take place on March 14, 2013. 

Celebrate community media with Lorne and this year’s winners!

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