Submit Your Own Loopy Header

Introducing Loopy, SPU’s weekly e-newsletter exclusively for students. What time is tonight’s basketball game? Consult Loopy. Need scholarship info? Loopy’s got it for you. Spacing on the deadline for winter registration? Look no further than Loopy.

The best part? You yourself can contribute to Loopy’s awesomeness, by submitting the artwork for the weekly header images. Up for the challenge? Draw, build, sculpt, shred, form, photograph the word “Loopy,” and your creation just might be chosen for a future issue! 

Look below for the details on how to show off your artistic endeavors.

Step-by-Step Instructions

  1. Download the header template (PSD)*.
  2. Open the Template in Photoshop*.
  3. Open the folder on the layer called “Make Your Own Header”
  4. Drop your photo or scanned image (JPEG at least 412 pixels by 200 pixels, or 6 inches by 3 inches, 72 DPI) of your drawing onto the layer called “Place Your Image Here.”
  5. Change the color stripe on the right to match your photo. Make sure the logo above it is still legible.
  6. Save.
  7. Email your photoshop file to, with the subject line “Header Submission.”

*If you don’t have access to Photoshop, simply email us your photograph or scanned image (JPEG at least 6 inches by 3 inches, 72 DPI), and we’ll do the work for you.

Submission Guidelines

  1. Be creative.
  2. Don’t move or delete the SPU logo or the color stripe behind it.
  3. Don’t change the color of the SPU logo.
  4. You’re free to spell out “Loopy” however you like — by drawing it, painting it, tattooing it, forming it out of objects or people, shaving it, etc. But your image must clearly say “Loopy.”
  5. No obscene or inappropriately suggestive images will be considered.

Note: Selection of images for use in the e-newsletter is at the discretion of Student Programs and University Communications.

Example Loopy Headers

Sample headers

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