|Top row, from left: Lindsey Schwalb and Paula Morris. Front row, from left: SU students Caitlyn Twilley, Spenser Smallwood and Jennifer Houghton. Not pictured: SU students Roger Follebout III and Chelsea Kotlas.|
Student teams worked with local businesses including Station 7 Restaurant, Peninsula Regional Medical Center, Jets Gymnastics, Digital Dirt and Kane Real Estate. Judges praised the students’ “clear message and clean layout,” “good copywriting,” “good use of humor,” “good use of imagery” and “good layout,” among other topics.
Once their projects were completed, students wrote papers describing how those experiences related to what they learned in the class. Morris said the assignment gave students “experience and confidence” they may not have received within the confines of the classroom.
Iostudio advertising account executive Lindsey Schwalb, a Parkside High School alumnus, coordinated judging for the contest.
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