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Writing Award Winners and Honorees from 2018-2019

Danielle Morgan and Perla Luna
Professor Danielle Morgan and Perla Luna

Perla Luna

Winner of "The Christiaan Theodoor Lievestro Prize" for her essay “The Potential and Limitations of Empathy as Resistance in The Hate U Give, Confronting the Terror Whiteness, and Negotiating Identity.”

Austin Gray

Winner of the Katherine Woodall Prize for his essay “Fit in or Get Out: The Unfortunate Binary Choice for Upwardly Mobile Black Men in America.”

Erika Rasmussen reading her poetry

 

Erika Rasmussen

Winner of the Tamara Verga Prize for her poems “Mylėti Means To Love (Barely Known)," “On Either Side of Jonah,” “Down To The Elbows.” 

Annie Loewen

Winner of the McCann Short Story Contest for her short story “Yesterday."

Annie Loewen with Professors Lacrampe and Judnick
Annie Loewen and Professors JP Lacrampe and Maria Judnick

Mia Hope

Runner-up for the McCann Short Story Contest for her short story “October 2nd."

Erika Rasmussen

Winner of the Shipsey Poetry Prize for her poems “Mylėti Means To Love (Barely Known),” “On Either Side of Jonah,” “Down To The Elbows.”

Kimy Grandi Soriano

Winner of the Multimodal Writing Prize for her project "How are femmes honoring Frida Kahlo’s legacy in the US?"

Mark So

Runner-up of the Multimodal Writing Prize for his movie project "I'll Make a 남자 Out of You."

Julia Voss with Ciara Moezidis
Professor Julia Voss and Ciara Moezidis

Ciara Moezidis

Honorable Mention for the Multimodal Writing Prize for her project "Does 'Voluntourism' Do More Harm than Good?"

Marvah Gorlorwulu

Honorable Mention for the Multimodal Writing Prize for her project "Our Black Hair."

Julia Voss with Marvah Gorlorwulu
Professor Julia Voss and Marvah Gorlorwulu

Leah Senatro, Julia Joyce, Riley O’Connell

Canterbury Scholars 2018-2019

Erika Rasumussen, Nadia Yonan

Canterbury Scholars 2019-2020

 

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