Humanistic Studies Student Solveig Gold wins Pyne Prize

February 16, 2017
Solveig Gold
Solveig Gold is a winner of the University's 2017 Moses Taylor Pyne Honor Prize

Solveig Gold, a classics major pursuing a certificate in humanistic studies, is one of two Princeton seniors selected as co-winners of the 2017 Moses Taylor Pyne Honor Prize, the University’s highest general distinction awarded to an undergraduate. An alumnus of the yearlong, team-taught Humanities Sequence, she has previously won a Charles A. Steele Prize, a Harland Prize and received a Stanley J. Seeger Summer Fellowship to study in Greece.

Gold and Marisa Salazar, a chemistry major, will be recognized during an Alumni Day luncheon on February 25.

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