Clemson’s TAPS yearbook wins print award
CLEMSON – Clemson University and Jostens received a 2016 Premier Print Award for outstanding achievement in the production of the TAPS 2015 yearbook.
The graphic arts industry’s largest and most prestigious international printing competition, the Premier Print Awards recognizes those responsible for the creation and production of outstanding print communications.
Jostens and Clemson were awarded from an elite selection of 300 nominees culled from more than 3,000 entries worldwide.
“The TAPS yearbook has and always will be a beacon for what Clemson stands for. Our history is recorded amongst the pages, and when looking back at former yearbooks it is evident that passion is a key to our success as a university,” said Dylan McCullough, TAPS’ editor-in-chief.
“Passion has continued to drive the students and faculty of our institution, and it is passion that is displayed in the stories that the TAPS yearbook showcases. We will continue to strive for excellence and our staff is humbled to be honored in such a huge manner!”
Printing Industries of America hosts the Premier Print Awards. In its 67th year, the annual print competition recognizes those responsible for the creation and production of superior print.
To order the TAPS 2017 yearbook, go to http://www.tapsyearbook.com/.