Haarlow prizes were awarded this summer to two students who delivered exceptional papers to a 200-Level Humanistic Studies course during the academic year 2020-2021.
The winners are Laura Haubold ’24 and Elise Kim ’24.
Kim was recognized for her paper “Narcissus and the Instability of Identity” submitted to HUM 216-217 in the fall semester and Haubold was recognized for for her paper “Dissolving the Boundaries of Voice: The Mess of Modern Life” submitted to HUM 218-219 in the spring.
The Haarlow prizes are awarded by the Humanistic Studies program in memory of the late A. William Haarlow III ’63, who cared deeply about Humanistic Studies. His generosity and that of his family have helped make the program flourish.