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Graphic students awarded for art work

February 25, 2014

University of Saint Francis School of Creative Arts graphic design students recently received awards at the annual Advertising Federation of Fort Wayne Advertising Honors event. Front row, from left: Natalie Caruso, Emily Thornburg, Danielle Hartmann, Claudia Cuatepotzo, Alejandra Huerta and Sierra Disch. Back row, from left: Morgan Ellis, Ryan Turner, Mitch Holloway, Spencer Heise, Kaylan McCrory, Chelsea Holland, Mariah Hutcherson and Samantha Hickle.

FORT WAYNE — Graphic design students in the School of Creative Arts at the University of Saint Francis dominated the student categories in the Advertising Federation of Fort Wayne Advertising Honors presentation in the Public Safety Academy on Fort Wayne’s south side Feb. 15.
School Of Creative Arts students’ won over half of a total 55 given in the student categories, taking home 31 awards: 17 gold, 13 silver and a Judge’s Choice for the new School Of Creative Arts viewbook.

The awards will be displayed in School Of Creative Art’s main case.
University of Saint Francis School of Creative Arts graphic design students receiving the Judge’s Choice Award from Advertising Federation of Fort Wayne Board President Ben Wahli at the annual Advertising Honors event Feb. 15 are, from left: Danielle Hartmann, Sierra Disch, Morgan Ellis and Mariah Hutcherson. Cody Walz is not pictured. The award is for the School of Creative Arts viewbook.

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