The Queen’s Alumni Review has been honoured yet again, this time by Trade Association Business Publications International (TABPI), through their annual Tabbie Awards.
“The Tabbie Awards stands out from other similar programs in its distinctive global reach, with local, regional, national, and international publications in all countries encouraged to participate,” the organization says. “The core mission of the Tabbie Awards is to recognize — to honour — journalism professionals who help drive excellence through their impressive ethics and talent.”
“While we were very sure that we had taken big steps to improve the Queen’s Alumni Review, the many awards the magazine has received this year, particularly in international competitions such as the Tabbies, are proof that our peers agree,” says Scott Anderson, Executive Director, Marketing, Communications and Donor Relations. “The Alumni Review has been recognized across education and publishing sectors – for design photographs, and storytelling – which speaks to its high calibre at all levels. We owe a debt of gratitude to our alumni for all their feedback, which helped make the magazine what it is today – one of the best alumni magazines in the country.”
- Category: Best Single Issue for Fall 2021.
- Judges noted “This whole issue is cohesive and clear… Everything is clean and easy to read.”
- Category: Feature Design for “Operating Behind the Lens,” a photo essay by alumna Heather Patterson, Artsci’01, Meds’05.
- Judges noted “Feature design tells a story; the images are impactful and the type treatment is well designed.”
- Category: Opening Page or Spread for “Threads of History”
- Judges noted Design is “a very impactful image that uses the image and copy as one.”
- Category: Feature Article for “The Ties that Bind,” a story about the life of alumna Jean Tucker-Galipeau, Arts’41, by alumnus Blair Crawford, Artsci’86.
- Category: Front Cover, Illustration for the Fall 2021 cover, illustrated by Steve Derrick, designed by Wendy Treverton.