Submissions and Contests

 

Hello SGU! Photo Contest Spring 2015 Call for Entries

For many of our first-term students, it's a new country; for most a new program of study; and for all a brand new experience! Grab your smartphone or camera and take a photo of something that catches your eye in your first couple weeks in Grenada or the UK for a chance to win a night out, courtesy of SGU.

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Hello SGU! Photo Contest Fall 2014 Winners

For the Fall 2014 Hello SGU! Photo Contest, we asked our first-term students to capture the essence of Grenada and the UK in their first couple weeks on campus and around town. The contest was hotly contested, but when all the votes were tabulated the following first-term students took home the top prizes:

  • First Place: Kushal Shah
  • Second Place: Nauman Abid
  • Third Place: Alina Zhyvotovska

Be sure to check the SGU Facebook page to view an album that includes the winning photos as well as all submissions to the contest.

Hello SGU! Photo Contest Spring 2014 Winners

For the Spring 2014 Hello SGU! Photo Contest, we asked our first-term students to capture the essence of Grenada and the UK in their first couple weeks on campus and around town. They sure delivered, submitting, posting, and hashtagging away. The following first-term students took home the top prizes:

  • First Place: Rebecca Rubenstein
  • Second Place: Justin Sichula
  • Third Place: Mina Cunningham

Be sure to check the SGU Facebook page to view an album that includes the winning photos as well as all submissions to the contest.

Photo Contest 2013 Winners

  • Best in Show/Geography: “Florence at Night” by Jashan Singh
  • Anatomy: “Backbend” by Dhruti Patel
  • Chemistry: “Hot Air Flight” by Nisha Jadhaw
  • Cultural Artifacts: “Inukshuks in the Canadian Rockies, above Jasper” by Bob Young
  • Hospitality: “Welcome Rajasthan” by Akansha Tiwari
  • Wildlife Conservation: “Walking the Line” by Jennifer Gabbard

All placewinners’ photos can be viewed in the 2014 edition of Mace, the University’s annual literary magazine. The winning submissions can also be seen on the St. George’s University Facebook page.

Details for the 2014 Photo Contest will be posted this spring.

Hello SGU! Photo Contest Fall 2013 Winners

More than 400 photos were submitted for the Fall 2013 Hello SGU! Photo Contest, and when all the votes were tabulated the following first-term students took home the top prizes:

  • First Place: Adil Ali
  • Second Place: Kevin Ly
  • Third Place: Sean McGuinness

Be sure to check the SGU Facebook page to view an album that includes the winning photos as well as all submissions to the contest.

Hello SGU! Photo Contest Spring 2013 Winners

From more than 350 submissions to the Hello SGU! Photo Contest came 10 finalists, and when all the votes were tallied, the following first-term students took home the top prizes:

  • First Place: Andre Freire
  • Second Place: Umara Ayub
  • Third Place: Miranda Clark

Be sure to check the SGU Facebook page to view an album that includes the winning photos as well as all submissions to the contest.

Photo Contest 2012 Winners

  • Best In Show/In The Shadows: “Sea Grapes” by Lindsay Shephard
  • Single Color: “Golden Buddha” by Jayson Danlag
  • Around the World: “Boys of Summer” by Vinh Thinh Huynh
  • Discovery: “Walking Along” by Jennifer Gabbard
  • Victory: “Conquering Annandale Falls” by Bernie Spier
  • Pop Culture: “Coney Island Antics” by Susan Cardona

All placewinners’ photos can be viewed in the 2013 edition of Mace, the University’s annual literary magazine. The winning submissions can also be seen on the St. George’s University Facebook page.

Photo Contest 2011 Winners

  • Best In Show/Photojournalistic: “Blessings” by Arian Nachat
  • Motion Blur: “Tango Dancing in Buenos Aires” by Aparna Iyer
  • Silhouettes: “Sunset Serenity – Prickly Bay” by Lindsay Taylor
  • Landscape: “Neuschwanstein” by Myra Chai
  • Illusion: “Above Thought” by Nicholas Sakis
  • Texture: “A Ripple in Time” by Nicholas Sakis

All placewinners’ photos can be viewed in the 2012 edition of Mace, the University’s annual literary magazine. The winning submissions can also be seen on the St. George’s University Facebook page.