The winners of the annual Dean James E. McLeod Writing Prize are Adon Wade-Currie and Olivia Crow, who shared first prize, and Emily Wyland, who received an honorable mention, announced Jennifer Smith, dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, on Sept. 13.
Each year, the prize is awarded to first-year students who author original research papers that explore some aspect of race, gender and/or identity. The papers were submitted last academic year; the winners are now sophomores.
Visit the Arts & Sciences website for more information and to read the winning essays.
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