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 The Santa Clara Magazine Scoops Up Gold, Silver, Bronze

The Office of Marketing and Communications (OMC) is proud to announce that Santa Clara University has received eight Awards of Excellence at the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) District VII awards luncheon on March 4.

For a fourth consecutive year, Santa Clara Magazine earned more medals than any other magazine in the region. They are:
 
·         Gold in Periodical Staff Writing for External Audiences – based on the articles
o   “Bending light” (Spring 2010) by Steven Boyd Saum
o   “Home is” (Spring 2010) by Steven Boyd Saum
o   “Bad Journalism 101” (Spring 2010) by Mansi Bhatia
o   “Everything is illuminated” (Winter 2009) by Christine Cole
o   “Season premiere: Resurrection/Hatching Hannah Montana” (Fall 2009) by Karen Crocker Snell
·         Silver in General Interest Magazine – based on Spring 2010 (“Home”) and Summer 2010 (“Carry the Torch”) issues
·         Silver in Excellence in Design – Covers for “Imagine. Go. Do.”
·         Silver in Excellence in Design – Editorial Design for “Courage in the face,” opening spread of photo essay on Haiti by Michael Larremore ’08
·         Bronze in Excellence in Design – Periodicals
·         Bronze in Periodical Special Issue – Spring 2010 issue (“Home”)
·         Bronze in Individual Photography – “Hold the line,” by Bud Glick
 
Santa Clara University’s OMC also received bronze in Individual Institutional Relations Publications for “President’s Report – Keeping our Commitment to Students.”
 
CASE’s District VII comprises more than 100 colleges and universities from Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, and Utah.

 

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