Dennis Brown | June 26, 2020
The University of Notre Dame garnered eight awards in the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education’s annual Circle of Excellence competition, including seven for the Office of Public Affairs and Communications.
Notre Dame Magazine, the University’s quarterly alumni periodical, received a silver award for overall excellence, and its editor, Kerry Temple, also was a silver medalist for an opinion piece titled “Don’t Tell Me What to Do.” The magazine won four other writing awards:
Two golds for “The Lord is His Shepherd” and “The Surviving Victims,” both by 1991 alumna Abigail Pesta
Silver for “The Days the Music Lived” by freelance writer Kelley Freund
Bronze for “The Troubadours of Drink” by 2012 alumna Tara Hunt McMullen
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