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Lewis & Clark magazine wins gold, sports new online look

March 14, 2011

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The Chronicle, Lewis & Clark’s institutional magazine, has earned a Gold Award in the 2011 regional communications competition sponsored by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE). The annual awards program is designed to recognize excellence in marketing and communications among 130+ institutions in the western United States and Canada.

The Chronicle, which is published three times per year, highlights the people and programs of Lewis & Clark.

“Our alumni, students, faculty, and staff present us with wonderful opportunities to tell the Lewis & Clark story,” said Shelly Meyer, editor of the Chronicle. “We’re pleased that our efforts to capture these stories have been recognized by our peers.”

In previous years, the Chronicle has earned a Bronze Award from CASE as well as multiple honors from the International Association of Business Communicators.

This week, the Chronicle debuted a redesigned website, presenting all the features, profiles, and class notes from the past few years of the magazine. Explore the new site now.

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