2010 Writing Awards

(Click on links to read winning entries)

Barnard AwardJacqui Carroll

Winner - Jacqueline Carroll (in photo with her EN 111 professor Mark Smith) for her essay
"Oh Me, Oh Michelangelo"

        Finalists -
            Naysa Anderson for "Sooner"
            Stacie Davidson for "Sunday-Best"

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Houston AwardReannon Dykehouse w/ Jason Markle

Winner - Reannon Dykehouse (in photo with her EN 211 instructor Jason Markle) for her essay "Irishmen"

Finalists -
    Hannah Cotton for "Tuesday Evening"
    Shauna Neshek for "American Untouchables"

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Legler Memorial Poetry PrizeHannah Schug w/ Prof Matherne

Winner - Hannah Schug (in photo with Professor Beverly Matherne) for her poem "Limbo is a bus station"

    1st Runner-up - Courtney DePottey for her untitled poem
    2nd Runner-up - Jeremy Vavrik for "Walking Home"
    3rd Runner-up - Jessica Parker for "Fireflies"

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VandeZande Fiction PrizeJessica Parker and Jeff VandeZande

Winner - Jessica Parker (in photo with Jeff VandeZande) for her story "An is to a was"

VandeZande Award Finalists

Finalists (from left to right ending with Professor Paul Lehmberg who presented the certificates) -

    Maxwell Peterson for "Fisgard and the Boy"
    Stacy Milbourn for "Snow"
    Tracy Pickering for "A Roving, Solitary Thing"
    Rachel Wendels for "Moldy Milk"
    Cameron Witbeck for "The Rifle Line"

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Cohodas Literary Prize

Tracy Pickering

1st Place - Tracy Pickering (in photo with English Department Head Ray Ventre)
for her essay "The Romani"

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Kylynn Perdue-Bronson

2nd Place - Kylynn Perdue-Bronson (in photo with English Department Head Ray Ventre)
for her essay "Chain of Evidence"

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3rd Place - Hailey Heikkinen (in photo with English Department Head Ray Ventre)Hailey Heikkinen

for her essay "Abandon Ship Before It's Too Late
and All This Love I have Will Turn to Hate
"