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English Department's Distinguished Writing Award winners announced

The North Idaho College English Department and English Club are proud to announce the winners of the English Department’s 2014 Distinguished Writing Award. This competitive award recognizes outstanding student writing on the NIC campus, and these students have all demonstrated their passion for language and their talent for prose writing with these essays. The winners will receive their awards at the annual Trestle Creek Review Launch Party/English Department Awards Ceremony from noon to 1 p.m. Tuesday, May 6, in the SUB.

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Pictured here are the winners, starting at the top left and moving clockwise:

·         Janette Godwin, “Moving on Up” (written for Nikole King’s English 101 class)

·         Angelique Ramirez, “Overcoming” (written for Kimberlie Johnson’s English 099 class)

·         Lainey Hubbs, “The Imagination:  Universal Creativity” (written for Laurie Olson-Horswill’s English 102 class)

·         Austin Briggs, “Literary Naturalism and Jack London’s ‘To Build a Fire’” (written for Laura Godfrey’s English 278 class)

·         Allison Gneckow, “Colonial Reformation of the Igbo:  A Woman’s Perspective” (written for Molly Michaud’s English 210 class)

·         Not Pictured:  Thomas Sixbey, “Nature in Wordsworth’s ‘Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey’ and Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein” (written for Audrey Cameron’s English 268 class)

 



For More Information
Laura Godfrey at Ext. 5434 or laura_godfrey@nic.edu

Posted: Wednesday, April 23, 2014

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