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LU's Selah Yearbook receives top awards

March 19, 2010 : University Advancement staff

Members of the Selah editorial staff receive the Silver Crown Award given by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. Student editors (left to right) Kathleen Ostrom, Jordan Dunn and Brett Hastie, along with advisor Carrie Barnhouse, attended the College Media Advisers conference in New York City March 13-17.

The Liberty University Selah Yearbook has once again gained national recognition.

For the third year in a row, Selah was presented with a Silver Crown by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association, making Liberty's yearbook one of only nine collegiate yearbooks to receive a crown. The award was for the issue “Risk, refinement,” released in May 2009.

The book also claimed the College Media Advisers' Apple Award for "Best in Print" in its division, the fifth consecutive honor for Selah.

The Associated Collegiate Press also named the 2009 edition as a Pacemaker finalist, placing Liberty's yearbook among the top in the country for the second consecutive year.

The Selah staff members are, front row (seated on couch), Carrie Barnhouse (advisor), Mahalia Dailey, Nicole Pawlowskis, Lindsay Washabaugh, Stephanie Heverly, Brett Hastie and Christine Avery-Castillo; back row: Kathleen Ostrom, Jason Ott, David Poore, Jessica Alexander and Jordan Mechling.

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