grants and awards

The New York Chapter of the AIA and the New York Foundation for Architecture have awarded Oz the 2002 Haskell Prize for Student Journalism.

According to AIA/New York, the Haskell Award was created "to encourage excellence in writing about architecture and allied subjects." It is awarded annually to articles, essays, or journals written or edited by students.

Oz was cited by the jury for the "high degree of professionalism shown by the publication. The choice of material, its editing, the straightforwardness of the layout and design of the articles were all quite excellent. It is also quite remarkable that this is the publication's 23rd year."

This is the journal's second Haskell Award, which will be used to help with printing expenses.


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