Lethbridge College wins awards for its alumni and community magazine, Wider Horizons

Lethbridge College

from the press release:

“Lethbridge College’s Advancement team received two awards on Friday in Seattle at the CASE District VIII 2017 Communication Awards ceremony. The winning submissions appeared in two different issues of Wider Horizons, the college’s alumni and community magazine that is distributed to nearly 40,000 people three times each year, and included:

  • A gold award in the Feature Writing category for Lisa Kozleski’s “Lost Boys, Found Men” cover story about the journey of John Manyok and Sam Mathon from fighting as child soldiers in the Sudan to walking across the convocation stage at Lethbridge College
  • A silver award in the Photo Series category for Rod Leland’s “Whistling While He Works” photo essay featuring alumnus and long-time Facilities department employee Clarence Slomp

“Lethbridge College has a proud 60-year history and we are incredibly lucky to share its stories through our award-winning magazine,” says Gwen Wirth, Communications manager. “Through their skill and passion, our talented writers and photographers are able to bring those stories to life on the pages of Wider Horizons and serve as a key resource to connect our alumni and community members to what is happening on campus.””

Read more in the full press release here.