Women's Savings Action Photo Contest
We asked students, staff and faculty, as well as recent alumni to submit some photos celebrating the library. We thank the participants for sharing their appreciation of the library via photo and video and we thank the community who voted for the photos.The votes have been tallied and the winners are as follows:
There was only one video, but it won a few unique awards:
- Best international video;
- Best Polish narration in the history of CRTS; and
- Most public and blatant snubbing of library rules.
Winner: Han Gil Lee and Filip Sylwestrowicz
- First place: Aidan Plug (with the assistance of Daniel)
- Second place: Jeremy Segstro
- Third place: Catharine Mechelse (with the assistance of Chaun)
- Honourable mention: Leana VanAmerongen (with the assistance of Jordan)
We thank the Women's Savings Action for sponsoring the photo contest. The WSA has raised over $1,000,000 since 1969 and has funded the largest portion of all library acquisitions. Not only have they raised money for books and journals, but also for capital costs such as our current space.
Disclaimer: These photos are not necessarily reflective of normal library rules. The rules were relaxed for an hour or two so participants could be creative!
Second Place - Jeremy Segstro
Third Place - Catharine Mechelse (with the assistance of Chaun)
Photo 2: Caption: What I like best about the CRTS library is whenever I need a new perspective I know that I can be comfortable and study anywhere I like.
Honourable Mention - Leana VanAmerongen (with the assistance of Jordan)
Photo 3. Caption: I often come to the library early in the morning to study. The quietude, the sunlight filtering through the windows, and the sense of being surrounded by hundreds of great books combine to make the CRTS library a great place to study.
First Place - Aidan Plug (with the assistance of Daniel)
Photo 4. Caption: The best way to study is by meditating on Calvin's commentaries in the serenity of Library Basement.
Surprise Category : Maintaining Basic Library Standards - International Instructional Video
CRTS library instruction video 3.0 from an ambitious videographer on Vimeo.