English Department announces winners of annual essay contest
The English Department announces that the following students submitted the best essay in their respective categories for this year’s annual essay contest, open to all first-year students enrolled in 100-level English courses during the 2005-2006 academic year:
- ENGL 190: Anna Aman, “The Use of Lust,” an essay written for Dr. Brenda Powell that examines lust in two stories by Isabel Allende.
- ENGL 111 and 112: Caitlin Madzo, “Selective History in Abeng: A Post-Colonial Response,” an essay written for Marla Borer’s ENGL 111 class that provides a post-colonial interpretation of this year’s Common Text.
- ENGL 110: Kelly Reddin, “Social Psychology, the Tutor-Mentor Program, and Mary Pipher,” an essay written for Dr. Susan Callaway that uses social psychology to describe experiences tutoring and mentoring immigrant high school students.
These three students will be recognized and receive their check for $75 at the Honors Convocation, scheduled in mid-May.
The English Department thanks the many students who submitted essays.