Lewis University’s The Flyer earns two awards for design
ROMEOVILLE, Ill. — The Flyer, Lewis University’s online student newspaper, won second place in the College Media Association Best of Collegiate Design for their Social Media Main Page Presentation.
The Flyer print staff also received honorable mention in the Feature Page Category for their Radar page, which features pop culture stories geared toward college students.
The CMA represents the people who advise the nation’s collegiate media newspapers, yearbooks, magazines and electronic media. The CMA annually recognizes excellence in student-produced work in visual communication with its Best of Collegiate Design award. Judges included nationally renowned designers from national online print publications.
The national competition was open to student media from colleges and universities. Competitors included universities with enrollments exceeding 30,000 students, media staff exceeding 30 members as well as publications with daily distribution.
Current staff members of the online The Flyer include: Carolyn Jones, online editor-in-chief; Dave Hansen, assistant online editor; and Victoria Strid, online community manager.
Current staff members of the print edition of The Flyer include: Lauren Pirc, print editor-in-chief; Katie Esposito, news editor; Lauren Barnes, assistant news editor; Anthony Lyen, tempo editor; Brent Sumner, assistant tempo editor; Ross Reed, health editor; Alex Veeneman, opinions editor; Kevin Ryan, sports editor; Brian Neal, assistant sports editor; Angela Cotta, religion editor; Rachel Stella, copy editor; Alyssa Cicero, copy editor; Kendra Mills, layout editor; Alyssa Bowers, layout editor; Audrey Heiberger, layout editor; Roslyn Summerville, pr/bulletin board editor, Lauren Nieminski, advertising manager.
Ben Eveloff, assistant professor of communications, is adviser of the online edition. Lisa O’Toole, assistant professor of communications, is adviser of the print edition.
Lewis University is a Catholic university offering distinctive undergraduate and graduate programs to more than 6,500 traditional and adult students. Lewis offers multiple campus locations, online degree programs, and a variety of formats that provide accessibility and convenience to a growing student population.
Sponsored by the De La Salle Christian Brothers, Lewis prepares intellectually engaged, ethically grounded, globally connected, and socially responsible graduates.