Artemis Magazine Wins Grand Gold in International CASE Circle of Excellence Awards

Archer's biannual magazine, Artemis, won the highest honor at the internationally known CASE Circle of Excellence Awards in June.
The Summer 2018 issue of Artemis focused on the theme "Love is Everywhere at Archer" and featured the Class of 2018 Commencement, while also recapping significant events, accomplishments, and updates through storytelling, vibrant photography, and statistics compiled by Archer's Communications Department.

Universities, colleges, independent schools, and nonprofits around the world submit their work to the annual CASE - or the Council for Advancement and Support of Education - award competition. CASE judges said they overwhelmingly selected Artemis for a Grand Gold award. Archer was the only independent school to win the distinction in the In-House Print Publications category.

"The content is quite comprehensive in nature, containing good information. The photos and the design invite the reader to engage, page after page. Truly an outstanding piece and deserving of the highest honor," judges wrote in their comments.

Explore the award-winning issue.
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