Instagram Contest Winners Chosen

AUSB’s first Instagram contest surrounding the theme “Be the Difference” has its winners. For one month, AUSB students, faculty, and staff submitted photos representing what “be the difference” meant to them, and three winners were chosen on Thursday, May 15, by a mixed panel of staff and faculty.

Congratulations to the following members of the AUSB community:

1st place: Molika Oum
Molika is an AUSB admissions advisor. She was awarded with a $20 Gift Card to Book Ends Café.

 

2nd place: Judith Sotelo
Judith is in the BA program for Psychology and Environmental Studies. She was awarded with a $10 Gift Card to Book Ends Café.

 

3rd place: Alison Campbell
Alison is in the PsyD program. She was awarded with a $5 Gift Card to French Press.

 

Honorable Mention goes to Rowan Dowdall, a 9-year-old child of an Antioch student, who is pictured making sandwiches to feed the homeless.

Thank you to everyone who participated. Keep an eye out for the Instagram contest in the fall of 2014.

Even though the contest is over, it doesn’t mean you can’t still show us what inspires you. Hashtag your pics: #Antiochsb & #Bthedifference

Be social. Be Antioch. Follow us on Instagram: antiochsb

http://www.antiochsb.edu/besocial/

 

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