Modern Language's Student Wins Ben Auburn Award in Cultural Criticism05/07/2019
Modern Language's Student Wins Ben Auburn Award in Cultural Criticism
Jackson Gagne, a junior International Business major with a minor in French, is this year’s winner of the Ben Auburn Award in Cultural Criticism. The title of his short story was “The Foxes and the Wildcats.” Gagne received a $500 cash prize.
The second place winner was Abigail Watson, a senior Political Science/Spanish/Psychology major, for her poem titled “Cerebral Landfills.”
Winning third place was Emily Bower, a senior Public Relations major with a minor in French, for her short story titled “…..No Offense.”
Pictured are Sandy Auburn, far left, and Dr. Mark Auburn, center rear, with the students who participated in this year’s competition. From left are Donna Toth, Maria McNeill, Abigail Watson, Jackson Gagne and Emily Bower.