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Enter the UTSA Homecoming commemorative poster design contest

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Top photo: Homecoming poster design contest winners from February 2010: From left are Christian Villarreal (third-place winner), Selina Garcia (Student Homecoming Committee), Ann-Margaret Gonzalez (second-place winner) and Casey Johnson (first-place winner).
Bottom photo: February 2010 winning poster by Casey Johnson

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(Oct. 22, 2010)--The UTSA Homecoming Committee is seeking the creative talent of UTSA students for the 2011 Homecoming commemorative poster contest. Contest submissions are due Friday, Nov. 12.

Pick up an entry form at either Student Activities Center in University Center Room 1.210 at the Main Campus or Durango Building Room 1.302 at the Downtown Campus. The form includes contest rules and guidelines.

  • The grand prize winner will receive $250 and a trophy. Students placing second and third will receive trophies and checks for $100 and $50, respectively. The grand prize winning entry will be used on all Homecoming publicity and promotions (i.e. posters, websites and calendars).
  • Entries cannot be a team project. Contestants must be UTSA students. Entries will be judged by a panel of students, faculty, staff and alumni. The winner will be announced Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2011.
  • UTSA Homecoming 2011 will be February 3-5, 2011. The Homecoming basketball game will be on Saturday, Feb. 5, 2011 against the Lamar University Cardinals. The Homecoming 2011 theme is "Tradition -- Spirit -- Pride."

For more information, contact Charlin Jones at 210-458-6736.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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