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The winners are announced! Here are the top three stories.
WINNER: Tanya Onushko - Assistant Chair & Instructor, Biomedical Engineering
Mamma mia! Princess is in danger. Run! Grab the mushroom to grow and pick the flower for firepower. Jump! Land on your enemies’ heads. Hurry! Up the stairs, down the flagpole, and through the castle to battle her captor to win the princess’s heart - dreamt the other brother.
Second Place: Steve Hartman Keiser - Associate Professor, English Department
The ebony creature—head of human, body of lion, sleek and shiny as rock—smirks: “You swear you'll slay me? Ha! Words, my dear Pangram, mean nothing. Can even an entire alphabet kill me?” I leap, sword bared: “Sphinx of black quartz, judge my vow!” I use every dear letter.
Third Place: Yuvraj Singh - Senior, Psychology
It's awfully lonely here. Sitting between two worlds. Neither really here nor really there. Often, I wonder what it’s like. To be fully here or fully there. A country I haven't seen or the one that doesn't see me. Two histories. Two cultures. Two faces. But I guess that's me.
Ott tutors collaborate with tutors from two area high schools
Check out this blog post written by our very own Lisa L. about the Frederick Douglass Day Transcribe-a-thon that happened on February 14th!
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