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Monitor wins design awards for 1992
The Christian Science Monitor has won seven awards in the latest design competition sponsored by the Society of Newspaper Design. Two of them are medal awards, bronzes, as follows:
• Points of the Compass on Tajikistan, designed by Karen Everbeck and featuring a large map by Shirley Horn;
• portfolio of Tom Hughes illustrations.
The other five are Awards of Excellence:
• overall design;
• the single-subject series "China's Villages" by Jim and Ann Tyson;
• coverage of the United States electoral campaigns;
• portfolio of Melanie Stetson Freeman photography design (a category that recognizes the combination of photography and page design);
• portfolio of graphics by Shirley Horn.
These awards will be presented at the society's annual workshop this fall in Dallas.
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FROM THE EDITORS
Forgiving and forgetting
Harriet Barry Schupp
Forgiveness, then peace
Sharon K. Douglas
Healing with love
Lilian Eleanor Berardo Alonso
Don't let reports of violence pass unchallenged
Bruno Leuschner K.
The promise stands: white as snow
Extending the olive branch
Mary Metzner Trammell
Never too late to be forgiven
I feel impelled to give this report for the glory of God and...
Anne Marie Riegel
In 1991 I injured my back at work when I accidentally struck...
Harvey A. Burley
Christian Science found me in a deep and dark pit