The Gold Star Journal (GSJ) was founded in July.
Three sophomores served as the founding editors. They spearheaded the journal for two consecutive years.
This edition features the only hand-drawn cover.
Case District III Special Merit Award
The tenth edition is the first one to be printed in color.
A GSJ seal is designed and added to the publication.
This edition is the first one to be printed off campus.
First student award given for the Best Overall Submission.
Best Photograph Award given for the first time.
Best Undergraduate Paper Award given for the first time.
Colonel and Mrs. Abraham Goldfarb (Class of 1960) provide funds for printing The GSJ in color. This is the second edition to be printed in color.
The original GSJ seal is revised.
The GSJ celebrates the twentieth edition with the first annual GSJ Lecture, as part of the Leadership Symposium.
Best Oral Presentation Award given for the first time.
Dr. and Mrs. James F. Boyd (Class of 1971) establish the Gold Star Journal Excellence Award, which provides funds towards the student awards.
The GSJ Distinction in Photography Award and the Best Graduate Paper Award given for the first time.
The Best Overall Submission Award renamed to The Boyd Family Distinction Award in honor of Dr. and Mrs. James F. Boyd (Class of 1971), who established the Gold Star Journal Excellence Award.
The 2020 edition receives the Athens Paper Award for the Most Creative Use of Paper and the Special Judges Award for Soft Cover Booklet from the Printing Industry of the Carolinas (PICA).
The Gold Star Journal Lecture renamed to the Gold Star Journal Academic Conference (GSJAC).
The 2021 edition receives the Special Judges Award for Soft Cover Booklet from the Printing Industry of the Carolinas (PICA).
The GSJ seal is modernized.