Reward being offered
"It could have been a contender," said Vickie Adamson, head of the English Department, "and now it is gone."
The contender was an entry for the English Book Review and Poster Contest, which vanished from the English Department somewhere between Thursday, September 4th in the afternoon and Friday, September 5th in the morning.
The poster was advertising Margaret Atwood's "Cat's Eye." Adamson has offered a $10 reward to the person who returns the poster, with no questions asked. The artist has a picture of the poster so it will still remain a contestant even if it is missing.
The English Book Review and Poster Contest inspired students to create a poster promoting summer reading. Students could choose a book of their choice, and they were to advertise the novel through graphics and exciting words. Awards will be given to the top three posters. The grand prize winner will receive $100, second place winner will receive $50, and third place winner will receive $25. Winners will be announced September 26.
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