Student Writing Contest Winners - 2008

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Student Writing Contest
1st Prize
1st Prize
1st Prize
Jonathon Walter
Danielle Luther Luebbe
Diana Chien
University of Arizona
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Princeton University
2nd Prize
2nd Prize
2nd Prize
Marjorie Celona
Kelly Grey Carlisle
Adam Nunez
The University of Iowa
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
The College of Idaho
3rd Prize
3rd Prize
3rd Prize
Shelley Scaletta
Simon Tudiver
Luke Johnson
Columbia University
Yale University
Hollins University
Honorable Mention
Honorable Mention
Honorable Mention
J.A. Bernstein
Nicole Allan
R. Dwayne Betts
University of Southern California 
Yale University
University of Maryland at College Park
Phillippe Diederich
J.A. Bernstein
Weston Cutter
Eckerd College
University of Southern California
Virginia Tech
Donald MacLeod Harrison
Simmons B. Buntin
Robin Myers
University of Texas at Austin
University of Arizona
Swarthmore College
Julie Woods Karnes
Deanna Kaplan
Mary Peelen
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Emerson College
San Francisco State University
Virginia Konchan
Irene Keliher
Tina Schumann
Cleveland State University
University of Houston
  Pacific Lutheran University
Caitlin MacDougall
Kate Lund
Anne-Marie Thompson
Beloit College
Yale University
Johns Hopkins University
James Zerndt
Rachel Riederer
Stephen Lloyd Webber
Pacific University
Columbia University
New Mexico State University
First -- $1000 | Second -- $500 | Third -- $250
a one year subscription to The Atlantic Monthly for honorable mention


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