The History Department is very pleased to announce the winners of the Essay Contest for 2010-2011. First place winners will receive a certificate and a check for $200. Second place winners receive a certificate and a check for $100. Checks and certificates will be sent to your homes beginning sometime next week. Congratulations to all of the winners, and best wishes to all for a happy and productive summer. Read a good history book!
HS 101 Essay--Fall 2010
- Molly Dressel,"The Road to Wigan Pieras a Reflection."
- Patrick Madden, "Trials of the Gulag in Solzhenitsyn's A Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich."
HS 101 Essay--Spring 2011
- Elizabeth May, "Proposal for Daniel R. Headrick's The Tools of Empire."
- Tommy Antorino, "Mob Mentality and the Horrors of the Holocaust of WWII."
Upper Division Short Essay
- Lauren De Baugh, "The Starving Time."
- (tie) Andrew Conley, "Experiences and Motivations in Influencing the New Enola Gay Exhibit,"
Joseph Soriero, "The Press vs. Reality in Bataan."
Upper Division Long Essay
- Katie Whelan, "Biography of a Continental Soldier: Samuel Lee of Barre, Massachusetts."
- Nick Horan, "Thirteen Days: Dismantling the Perils of the Cuban Missile Crisis."
- Katie Whelan, ""Like an Owl in the Desert:" Anne Clifford and Women of the Aristocracy in James I's England."
- Aaron Remson, "The 1929 Stock Market Crash."