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2018 Design Contest


2018 Design Contest GRAND PRIZE Mila Tsvetanova Plano East High School Plano, TX Abby Cole, adviser

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2018 Design Contest

1ST PLACE Britney Flint Whitney High School Rocklin, CA Sarah Nichols, adviser

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2ND PLACE Melanie Fiederlein Grand Blanc High School Grand Blanc, MI Ava Butzu, adviser


2018 Design Contest

3RD PLACE Mila Tsvetanova Plano East High School Plano, TX Abby Cole, adviser

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HONORABLE MENTION Kate Rossley Highland Park Middle School Dallas, TX Aaron Cappotelli, adviser


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HONORABLE MENTION Drew Baty and Jacqueline Meeks Castle View High School Castle Rock, CO Jessica Hunziker, adviser


HONORABLE MENTION Sarah Kim Glenbrook South High School Glenview, IL Brenda Field, adviser


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HONORABLE MENTION Elle Angelo Shawnee Mission East High School Prairie Village, KS C. Dow Tate, adviser


HONORABLE MENTION Danica Tran Whitney High School Rocklin, CA Sarah Nichols, adviser


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HONORABLE MENTION Ander Clark Kirkwood High School Kirkwood, MO Mitch Eden, adviser


HONORABLE MENTION Kaya Dlouchy Glenbrook South High School Glenview, IL Brenda Field, adviser


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HONORABLE MENTION Julian McKenzie Grand Blanc High School Grand Blanc, MI Ava Butzu, adviser


HONORABLE MENTION Denise Rios Granada Hills Charter School Granada Hills, CA Graham Mazur, adviser


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HONORABLE MENTION Emma Kaeppler Providence High School Charlotte, NC Pamela Mann, adviser


HONORABLE MENTION Jadon Duvall Heritage High School Frisco, TX Leah Waters, adviser


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A first-ever Spirit Week, with five special-themed dress-up days, gave Marksmen plenty of time to get fired up for the big game and Homecoming dance.

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he energy of night resonates in the crowd as underclassmen and seniors alike join together on the dance floor Oct. 20 at Dallas’s Sixty Five Hundred for Homecoming 2017. During the week preceeding the event, students dressed in costumes for the first ever Spirit Week which included themes such as Major League Monday, Safari Tuesday, Wild West Wednesday, Tropical Thursday and Blue and Gold Friday. On Friday, Oct. 19, the day before the big dance. the school was filled with school spirit and Homecoming mums as students waited in anticipation of the game that night. Varsity football team members did their part to add to the spirited atmosphere, winning the Homecoming game in a 21-6 non-conference victory over Fort Worth Country Day.

SWEATY For the first time in four years, a new venue for the Homecoming Dance was offered. More than 300 students, their dates, faculty and administrators crowded into the event venue, Twenty-Five Hundred on Cedar Springs Road, to cap off the weeklong celebration.

Homecoming coverage continues on pages 30, 31, 32 and 33

FLESH | STUDENT LIFE HOMECOMING 28, 29

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HONORABLE MENTION Canyon Kyle St Mark’s School of Texas Dallas, TX Ray Westbrook, adviser


Judges Sarah Cole is the adviser of the Spartan yearbook at Orono [MN] where she has taught photojournalism for fifteen years. She has served as a judge for CSPA and NSPA evaluating middle and high school level books and was quoted in a commemorative book for the 90th anniversary of the CSPA about the inspiration she receives through judging. Her yearbooks have earned state awards as well as Gold and Silver Crowns from CSPA and First and Second Class Ratings from NSPA. Her students’ work has further been consistently recognized in the Jostens Look Book. Maureen Farry, CJE, teaches journalism, British literature and advises the Zephyr yearbook at West Forsyth High School [GA]. She is a member of the Georgia Scholastic Press Association Advisory Board and most recently served on the committee to rewrite the Georgia state journalism standards. Farry is an Adobe Certified Associate in InDesign and Illustrator.

Jenn Ghastin, CJE, advises the award-winning Valhalla yearbook and the student magazine, The Voice, at North Salinas High School [CA]. Her publications have won Gold medals from CSPA and received First Class distinction from NSPA. She has taught workshops at Jostens Adviser University, Bay Area Yearbook Seminar, and Northern California’s Journalism Education Association. She also serves as the yearbook chair on the JEANC board. Prior to her yearbook career, she advised the newspaper The Cardinal Tribune at Mount Pleasant High School in San Jose. Her journalism career began at UC Santa Cruz where she was editor in chief of the literary magazine Chinquapin and co-founder of the liberal paper The Project.

2018 Jostens/Adobe Design Contest  

View the winners of the 2018 Jostens/Adobe Design Contest. Hundreds of spreads were entered but only 16 made the final cut.

2018 Jostens/Adobe Design Contest  

View the winners of the 2018 Jostens/Adobe Design Contest. Hundreds of spreads were entered but only 16 made the final cut.