The Key Magazine receives national Recognition
COLUMBUS, Ohio (May 17, 2017) – During the 2017 Fraternity Communications Association’s annual conference in Charlotte, North Carolina, Kappa Kappa Gamma’s The Key magazine was honored with six awards in the magazine category.
First place for Critic’s Choice — Cover Design for the Winter 2016 issue
First place for Story Packaging — Feature Article for “The House Autism Built”
First place for Writing — Human Interest Article (Short) for “PICC Up Lines”
First place for Writing — Greek Life Article for “New Campus Carry Laws”
Second place for Writing — News Feature Article (Long) for “Head First”
Third place for Critic’s Choice — Photograph for “The House Autism Built”
“We are thrilled to be recognized by our peers for the outstanding work of our volunteers and staff on this publication,” says Beth Black, Illinois Wesleyan, Fraternity President. “We are extremely proud of The Key as it focuses on telling relevant and compelling stories that engage our members all over the world.”
Continuously printed since 1882, The Key is the official publication of the Fraternity and mailed to over 179,000 individuals. Since a dynamic redesign in 2014, The Key has won numerous awards, including the Fraternity Communications Association’s Fred F. Yoder Award for Overall Publication Excellence in 2015 and the Folio: Ozzie Award for Associations/Non-Profit Redesign in 2015, the largest competition in magazine media.
To view the latest issues of The Key, visit www.kappa.org.