Hannah Ferguson won the 2016 Congressional Art Competition with her drawing "Fixing Myself," which will hang in the U.S. Capitol for a full year. Hannah won a free trip to Washington D.C. for the unveiling, and millions of Capitol visitors will see her artwork. (Featured in the Hilltop Press, November 9th issue.)
Two more CCS students won congressional art competition awards as well. Mallory Custer's 2nd place photography winner will be prominently displayed in one of Representative Wenstrup's offices, and Brooklyn Allison's received honorable mention in photography in Representative Boehner's office.
We are so proud of our talented Cougars!