For the second year in a row, Williston Northampton’s alumni magazine has won gold in the Council for Advancement and Support of Education’s (CASE) District 1 Circle of Excellence Awards.
The Bulletin beat out publications from Tufts University and Brown University to take the gold medal in the “magazines with circulations under 50,000” category. The magazine also received a separate bronze medal in the independent school magazine category.
The awards will be presented at the CASE D1 Circle of Excellence luncheon on January 28, during the association’s annual conference in Boston.
CASE receives more than 3,000 entries in nearly 100 categories for the annual Circle of Excellence Awards, with results announced each January. Winners are selected based on impact, overall quality, innovation, and use of resources. The awards are open to colleges, universities, independent schools, and nonprofits.
The school also received three other honors: a silver medal for the “Why Williston?” web page in the admission websites category; a bronze medal for “The Williston Yield Package” in the independent school viewbook and admissions packages category; and a bronze medal for “The Williston 175th Anniversary Celebration” in the new alumni relations programs category. Williston was the only independent school to win more than two awards.