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Whitewater yearbook wins an international award

The Vision 2014 Whitewater High School yearbook has earned a Certificate of Merit from the Printing Industries of America (PIA) Premier Print Awards.

The Premier Print Awards is the world’s largest, most prestigious international publishing competition with over 3,000 entries from across all forms of publishing. The criterion for the competition is based solely on the overall look of the publication (the quality of photography, design expertise, printing, and binding quality).

Jostens, the publishing company for the yearbook, selected the publication for the competition from an open call for entries. Vision 2014 was among the seven publications from schools and universities for which Jostens is the publisher that earned a Certificate of Merit. Only five to 20 percent of all entries submitted receive the award.

Jennifer Kaiser is the yearbook sponsor.


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