Awards and Honors

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“Labyrinth,” 2021

Columbia Scholastic Press Association Gold Medalist

“Journey,” 2019

Columbia Scholastic Press Association:

Student Work Gold Circle Awards, Humor

Will Darragh, 2rd Place

Student Work Gold Circle Awards, Photo Illustration

Kayleigh Fox, 2rd Place*

Student Work Gold Circle Awards, Photo Illustration: Portfolio of work

Claire Hammond, Runner-up*

Student Work Gold Circle Awards, Design of a Single Spread

Will Darragh, 2rd Place

“Spectrum,” 2018

Associated Collegiate Press Best of Show Award, 3rd Place

Associated Collegiate Press Pacemaker Finalist

Columbia Scholastic Press Association Gold Medalist

Columbia Scholastic Press Association:

Student Work Gold Circle Awards, Open (free) Form Poetry

Vivian Goodwin, Runner-up*

Student Work Gold Circle Awards, Traditional Fiction

Elizabeth Tammi, 3rd Place

Student Work Gold Circle Awards, Humor

William Darragh, 2nd Place

Student Work Gold Circle Awards, Single Illustration: Computer Generated

Dwayne Brown, Runner-up

“In-Transit,” 2017

Columbia Scholastic Press Association:

Student Work Gold Circle Awards, Open (Free) Form Poetry

Tabita Strimbu, 1st Place

Chelsea Carr, 3rd Place

Teal St. Nicklaus, Runner-up

Student Work Gold Circle Awards, Cover Design for Literary or Literary/Art Magazine

Teal St. Nicklaus and Tabita Strimbu, Runners-up

2016

Columbia Scholastic Press Association:

Student Work Gold Circle Awards, Portfolio Illustration

Jasbir Kaur, Runner-up

2015

Associated Collegiate Press Four-Year Literary Magazine Pacemaker Award

Columbia Scholastic Press Association:

Student Work Gold Circle Awards, Open (Free) Form Poetry

Alex Mooring, 3rd Place

Student Work Gold Circle Awards, Traditional Fiction

Jennifer Champagne, Runner-up

2014

Associated Collegiate Press Four-Year Literary Magazine Pacemaker Finalist

Columbia Scholastic Press Association Gold Medalist Publication

Mercer University’s Most Improved Student Organization

Columbia Scholastic Press Association:

Student Work Gold Circle Awards, Closed (Traditional) Form Poetry:

Jacob delaRosa, 2nd Place

Student Work Gold Circle Awards, Experimental Fiction:

Michelle Meredith, 3rd Place

Student Work Gold Circle Awards, Single Illustration: Computer Generated

Allison Kim, 1st Place

2013

Associated Collegiate Press Four-Year Literary Magazine Pacemaker Finalist

Columbia Scholastic Press Association Gold Medalist Publication

Columbia Scholastic Press Association:

Student Work Gold Circle Awards, Single Illustration: Hand-drawn

Caroline Powell, Runner-up

*Student listed is not a staff member but won an award thanks to The Dulcimer submitting their work on their behalf. The Dulcimer reserves the right to submit all work accepted to various awards.

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