Tiffanie Reynolds, a Flagler College communication major and graduating senior, was named the Grand Award winner of the third edition of Anthology, a print publication produced by the college’s online newspaper, The Gargoyle.
Reynolds’ piece, “Vets Find Strength in Numbers at College,” looked at war veterans returning to the classroom after serving overseas in combat zones.
Reynolds, who was co-editor of The Gargoyle, was also selected for the Flagler Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists’ Social Issues Reporting Award for her story, “Bible study group bridges religion and sexual orientation.”
The 2013 Anthology, a full-color publication released in April, showcases students’ work in journalism, opinion, public relations, video/multimedia and photography.
The Anthology was created in partnership with the Dow Advantage Public Relations, a student-run PR firm at the college.
The Flagler College Gargoyle went online-only in 2010 and chose to publish the Anthology as a way to continue producing a print publication that showcases the best of student communication work at the college.
There were more than 75 entries to this year’s Anthology competition. Communication Department faculty served as judges and selected gold, silver and honorable mention winners in each category.
This year’s winners were:
Grand Award Winner
Honorable Mention: Lois Goh
Silver Award: Ryan Elizabeth Cinney & Leah Drayer
Gold Award: Laura Modrall