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SIOUX CITY | The 2017 edition of Kiosk, Morningside College's art and literary magazine, recognizes the work of 10 of the college's students and alumni for their writing, poetry, art and photography.

Amy Carothers, a junior from Fort Myers, Florida, earned first place in the literature category; senior Maggie Theiler, of Omaha, finished in second place; senior Brayton Hagge, of Fordyce, Nebraska, came in third place; and senior Ashley Stagner, of Columbus Junction, Iowa, received an honorable mention.

Cassandra Warner, a junior from Council Bluffs, Iowa, earned first place in the art category; Miguel Beltran, a 2014 graduate from Santa Ana, California, received both second place and an honorable mention; junior Shaina Le, of Sioux City, received third place plus an honorable mention; and senior Alyssa Nehring, of Humboldt, Iowa, sophomore Jesseca Ormond, of Antigua, and junior Trey Russell, of Gretna, Nebraska, all received honorable mentions. 

The winners were selected by a three-person panel of judges.

The 2017 Kiosk features written and visual work from 32 Morningside students and alumni. Junior Heather Eisele, of Gypsum, Kansas, served as editor-in-chief, and junior Emma Miller, of Corder, Missouri, was visual editor. Faculty advisers were English professor Steven Coyne, art instructor John Kolbo and assistant art professor Terri McGaffin.

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