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CCU graphic design students win 13 ADDY awards

March 10, 2016
American Advertising Federation-Coastal Carolinas is the local chapter of the AAF located in beautiful Myrtle Beach, SCStudent Best of Show Publication Design - Magazine Design Ashley Loper “Archarios”Collateral - Publication Design - Magazine Design Coastal Carolina University “Tempo Magazine, Spring 2015” and Collateral Material - Publication Design - Book Design Gold ADDY Award Coastal Carol

Coastal Carolina University graphic design students were well represented in the student division of the 2016 ADDY Awards hosted by the American Advertising Federation-Coastal Carolinas.

Thirteen student ADDYs were awarded to 12 CCU students at the annual awards ceremony held on Feb. 20. Three of the students graduated in 2015. The student best of show award went to Ashley Loper of Burlington, Vt., the 2014/2015 art director of Archarios, CCU’s student art and literature publication. Loper, who graduated in December, also won a Gold ADDY for Archarios.

Other CCU student award winners:

• Emily Englehart of Galena, Ohio, won a Gold ADDY for Tempo, CCU’s student features magazine, and a Bronze ADDY for a logo design.

• Katie Riley of Myrtle Beach, won two Bronze ADDYs, one for a book cover design and another for a logo design.

• Alex Barley of York, Penn., won a Silver ADDY for a logo design and a Gold ADDY for a package design.

• Caroline Carini of Sewell, N.J.; Theresa Calabrese of Meriden, Conn.; and Christina Teruel of Myrtle Beach, collectively won a Gold ADDY for a package design.

• Erica Burkett (’15) of Myrtle Beach was awarded a Gold ADDY for Tempo magazine.

• Ashley Neilsen of Waldorf, Md., won a Gold ADDY for an Athenaeum Press project, “War on Two Fronts.”

• Collin Oliva (’15) of North Ridgeville, Ohio, won a Gold ADDY for an Athenaeum Press project, “Wealth of Nothing.”

• Gwendolyn Washington of Montgomery, Ala., won a Silver ADDY for a motion graphic she designed.

• Valerie Patterson of Myrtle Beach won a Bronze ADDY for a package design.

The students were instructed by the Department of Visual Arts’ graphic design faculty Jeff Case, Jacob Cotton, Scott Man and Paul Olsen.

Mann and lecturer Colin Burch advise the Tempo magazine staff, and Olsen advises the Archarios staff. Patricia O’Connor is director of the Athenaeum Press.