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Aggie Voices Contest winners announced for 2014

We’re delighted to announce the winners for the 2014 Aggie Voices Undergraduate Contest, which recognizes outstanding work done by Texas A&M undergraduates. Each year the contest winners are selected by the faculty members of the W and C Course Advisory Committee; this year the committee selected one winner for the writing division but decided to award two top prizes in the video division. Each of the winners will receive a $100 Amazon.com gift card. The committee also selected two entries in each division to receive an honorable mention. 

Writing Division Winner:

“My Grandfather’s Orchard” by Christopher Findeisen [Read here.]

Writing Division Honorable Mentions: 

“Formels and Falcons: Chaucer’s Female Birds as Complementary Figures” by Ashley Simmons [Read here.]

“Drop Dead Gorgeous: An Approach to America’s Struggle with Anorexia” by Sarah Knop  [Read here.]

Video Division Winners:

“Kid President Pep Talk Kinetic Type” submitted by Rachel Mayor [Watch here.]

Rommates James Simmons and Sam Richter were co-creators of one of the winning videos.

Roommates James Simmons and Sam Richter were co-creators of one of the winning videos.

“Finals: In the Arms of an Angel” submitted by James Ross Simmons. [Watch here.]

Video Division Honorable Mentions:

“Existence” submitted by Stephen Swirsky

“Spring Show 2013 Promo II” for Fade to Black submitted by Kathy Quigley

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