September 9, 2013 / News & Notes

Loyola Marymount spread named finalist in ACP Design of the Year contest

Written by Idea File Staff

Overland Park, Kan. (Sept. 9, 2013) – An entry from the 2013 Tower yearbook from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles was honored when the Associated Collegiate Press (ACP) announced the finalists for its Design of the Year contest.

The Tower spread was one of 10 national finalists named in the Yearbook/Magazine Page/Spread category. It was designed by Gretchen Helpenstell, is titled “Meet the Densters” and shows off the “unique ambience of upbeat energy and style” at the only student-run coffee shop on Loyola’s campus – the Lion’s Den.

ACP’s Design of the Year contest, which is co-sponsored by Adobe, drew more than 500 entries across six categories. Winners and honorable mentions will be announced at the upcoming ACP/CMA National College Media Convention in New Orleans, Oct. 23-27.

Loyola Marymount design

This spread from the 2013 Loyola Marymount yearbook has been chosen a finalist in the ACP Design of the Year contest.

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