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Everything Old Is New Again
CURRENTS Article The Babbler Express is a printed, biannual newspaper mailed to graduates age 55 and older from both Lipscomb University and Lipscomb Academy, a high school located on the university's campus. The publication is part of Lipscomb's increased outreach to senior graduates.

Inside Out
CURRENTS Article This article looks at how campus internal communications has changed as communications vehicles have moved increasingly from print to online, how this shift has led several larger universities to embrace the news center model, and how this opening of communication has expanded the audiences that internal communicators address.

Independent School Tabloids and Newsletters: Noble and Greenough School - Bronze Award
Best Practice In 2007, Noble and Greenough School launched Ten Campus Drive, a new 8-12 page print newspaper to communicate with parents and other constituents.

Independent School Web-Based or Electronic HTML External Audience Periodicals: Upper Canada College - Bronze Award
Best Practice Upper Canada College's communications team produces a monthly e-newsletter, Connection, which reports on activities that happen at the Upper School and Preparatory School. It highlights upcoming and past events, student achievements, guest speakers, fundraising initiatives, contests and other general news associated with UCC.

Independent School Tabloids and Newsletters: Chapin School - Bronze Medal
Best Practice Chapin Today is a quarterly newsletter with an academic focus for parents, alumnae, grandparents and others. It supplements other publications, such as the alumnae magazine, to keep constituencies up to date.

Print External Audience Tabloids and Newsletters: Chapin School - Gold Medal
Best Practice Chapin Today is a quarterly newsletter with an academic focus for parents, alumnae, grandparents, and others. It supplements other publications such as the alumnae magazine to keep constituencies up to date.

Web-Based or Electronic HTML External Audience Tabloids and Newsletters: St. Norbert College - Silver Medal
Best Practice The main purpose of the @St. Norbert e-newsletter is to generate excitement about the college by giving alumni a chance to better connect to the institution. Each issue provides concise, regular information about a wide range of topics, including a monthly feature called "Ask the Abbot" where readers can submit questions and see the Abbot’s answers published online.

Print External Audience Tabloids and Newsletters: Emory University - Silver Medal
Best Practice Brainstorms is used as a platform to increase visibility and support of the Department of Psychiatry of the Emory School of Medicine. Brainstorms is published twice a year and mailed to donors, prospective donors, patients, and other constituencies.

Web-Based or Electronic HTML External Audience Tabloids and Newsletters: Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Gold Medal
Best Practice In 2006, MIT developed Quick Take as a response to alumni feedback calling for a fast, easy way to learn what's happening on campus and also for more emphasis on pop culture.

Print External Audience Tabloids and Newsletters: University of Texas at Austin - Grand Gold Medal
Best Practice 21a. University of Texas at Austin: Grand Gold Medal

Tabloid and Newsletter Publishing Improvement: Imperial College London - Gold Award
Best Practice The Reporter newsletter's purpose is to communicate with the college community across seven campuses in London and two outside London and to encourage a sense of community. It is published every three weeks or 12 issues a year, has a circulation of 6,000 and an annual budget of £21,000.

Periodical Resources Management - Tabloids and Newsletters: University of Dayton - Gold Medal
Best Practice The primary objective of the University of Dayton Quarterly is to demonstrate to its audiences of alumni, parents and donors how the university is achieving its mission and therefore increasing pride and deepening the bond to the university. This quarterly publication has a circulation of 96,500 and an annual budget of $178,500.

Advance Work: Here We Are
CURRENTS Article Liverpool Institute for the Performing Arts in England found the perfect way to get alumni to update their address and job information: offer them the chance of some free publicity.

Come Together
CURRENTS Article Communications professionals increasingly discuss what stays in print and what goes on the Web--often with budget-cutting in mind. In this article, the authors point out that Web and print are two very different mediums and content for one can't just be retrofitted or repurposed for the other. They outline strategies for making the two mediums work together more effectively.

AdvanceWork: Keeping Tabs
CURRENTS Article A pro bono partnership with area newspapers keeps one campus in the spotlight

AdvanceWork: CPR for Ailing Newsletters
CURRENTS Article How to bring tired periodicals back from the dead

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