Going the Distance | Kent State University

Going the Distance

Ian McCullough in IndiaWhen we invited you to take the summer issue of the magazine with you on your summer trips—with a prize (a $50 gift certificate to Barnes & Noble) for the farthest distance traveled from Kent State—we had no idea where it might end up. Turns out it traveled to both coasts of the United States and five foreign countries! 

Kent State interactive designer and developer Ian McCullough ’11, MFA ’14 (in the blue shirt above)‚ took it with him on a mission trip to a small village in Andhra Pradesh‚ India‚ and he won—although it appears that application developer Thomas Smith ’12 (in the green shirt) did the heavy lifting. Thank you to everyone who entered!

See slideshow below for photos of the runners-up.

Cassie Gallagher, Florida: 930 Miles
Edward Del Ferraro, Alaska: 3030 Miles
Eric Mansfield, Austria: 4494 Miles
Kevin O’Neill, Germany: 4388 Miles
Kathleen Banas, Brazil: 5037 Miles
Amanda Lang, Greece: 5366 Miles