The English Department at Seminole State College of Florida recognized the winners of three student writing competitions during a ceremony on Wednesday, April 16.
Professor Adrienne Vivian announced the winners of the Research Paper Competition for excellent research papers submitted in English I and II.
English I winners:
English II winners:
Professor Webb Harris announced the first-, second- and third-place winners of “Veritas,” Seminole State’s short fiction competition.
Harris also awarded the Dr. Stephen Caldwell Wright Poetry Awards, which went to three students. "Captain G," by Victoria Nations, was the winning poem. Honorable mentions went to Lauren Boone's "The Way" and Jordan Padgett's "Twilight."
The poetry awards honor Dr. Wright, a longtime English instructor at Seminole State.
All winners will receive a cash prize plus a three-credit scholarship. Poetry winners are published in “The Chronicle,” and short fiction winners in “Veritas.” More information can be found at the Writing Contests page.
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