Five Muskingum College students receive awards in annual East Central Colleges Student Literary Competition
APRIL 8, 2004 - Five Muskingum College students have received awards in the East Central Colleges (ECC) 13th Annual Student Literary Competition.
Founded in 1968, the ECC is a consortium of nine liberal arts colleges in Ohio, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania, including Muskingum College. Its mission is to provide experiences that develop and enrich faculty teaching and scholarship, to facilitate academic collaboration among member colleges and to foster information exchange and cooperation among administrators.
Meg Thompson '04 received first place honors in the short fiction division for her story, Sawdust and Winter. Thompson also received an honorable mention in the poetry division for her poem You'll Never Be A Rockstar.
Sarah Gould '04 received an honorable mention for her story 28-year Discord.
Seth McKinney '04 also received an honorable mention for his story White Pickett Fences.
Samantha Sibert '06 received an honorable mention for her story Lost Battles.
Mason Yates '04 received an honorable mention for his poem Fraternal.
The winners in each category will be submitted for consideration in Confluence, the literary journal published by the Ohio Valley Literary Group and Marietta College. Both the winners and the honorable mentions will be published in the 2004 ECC Literary Anthology.
At Muskingum, each of these students also has been published in the college's literary magazine, First Circle.