Timothy Marcin, a would-be journalist who won the nation’s largest literary prize for undergraduate college students Tuesday night, isn’t too worried about the future of the news industry.
The Sophie Kerr Prize is the largest student literary award in the nation. Every year, one student from Washington College receives the prestigious honor.
A huge honor for a student from Howard County. Kathryn Manion is the winner of the largest undergraduate literary prize in the nation.
Kathryn J. Manion of Clarksville knew from a young age that she wanted to be a writer. After graduating from Notre Dame Preparatory School in Towson, Manion attended Washington College in Chestertown, where she majored in English.
The childhood home of Denton native Sophie Kerr, a well-known author in the early 20th century, is on the market.
An incredible honor for a student at Washington College on the Eastern Shore. A Baltimore County native will graduate this weekend with the largest prize awarded to a college senior in the country.
Lisa Beth Jones of Fork, Md., has been named the winner of the 2011 Sophie Kerr Prize.