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The Excalibur is Evangel University's "memory book". It is a piece of history: a way to remember the tremendous accomplishments achieved by Evangel students and faculty. Each new volume of The Excalibur captures a year of Evangel's long legacy, and records it for generations to come. As we look back on all that has happened in the life of Evangel students, we are thrilled to see what lies ahead.
The yearbook is a time honored tradition. Each volume is a historical document that captures forever a picture of the year - reflecting current students, culture of the time, and administrative leadership. The Excalibur is an essential part of Evangel University. With every passing year, a new publication of The Excalibur brings joy and warm feelings to students, alumni, and faculty alike.
The team of dedicated, hard working individuals who cultivate the material for The Excalibur are awe inspiring students. They give freely of their time, energy, and expertise - while receiving little monetary repayment. Their absolute commitment to curating an outstanding memory book for generations to come is to be applauded. The yearbook staff is made up of about 13 students publishing a thematic, pictorial account of the academic school year, capturing as many memories as possible in a 224-page bound book. Lead by passionate faculty advisor, Nancy Pace-Miller, this driven team provides us with a new and more captivating publication of The Excalibur every year.
The Excalibur has received many noteworthy awards over the years. The most recent awards were received from the Missouri Press Association. The MPA is affiliated with Missouri Collegiate Media Association (MCMA) and holds an annual contest for media submissions. Evangel submits The Excalibur to this contest every year, and has received many distinguished awards from the association. Some of the awards include top three finishes for: Portrait Design, Feature Photography, Theme Development, and Sports Photography.