SOCA students soar at Addy awards
USF’s School of Creative Arts graphic design students dominated the student categories of the Fort Wayne Ad Federation’s Addy award event Feb. 15. SOCA students won a total of 31 awards, 17 gold, 13 silver and a Judge's Choice, which was awarded for the new SOCA viewbook. With only 55 awards given in the student categories, SOCA was the obvious standout, taking home over half of them.
The awards will be on display in the main case at SOCA soon. Winning awards were Natalie Caruso, Emily Thornburg, Danielle Hartmann, Claudia Cuatepotzo, Alejandra Huerta, Sierra Disch, Morgan Ellis, Ryan Turner, Mitch Holloway, Spencer Heise, Kaylan McCrory, Chelsea Holland, Mariah Hutcherson, Samantha Hickle and Cody Walz.
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