Scholarship Contest Results

Thank you to everyone who entered our New Threats to Freedom scholarship contest. We received thousands of entries—many of them superb, all probing the nuances of what it means to be free in our ever-evolving modern world. The judges looked for creative and original thought, a strong personal voice, a well constructed argument, and a special spark that somehow made the winning essays stand apart.

Here are the winners of both the short and long-form contests.

For the short form contest, the winner of the $5,000 scholarship is Daniel Showalter from Ohio University. You can read his entry at his blog.

For the long form contest, we awarded first, second, and third place scholarship prizes worth $5,000, $3,000, and $1,000, respectively. The winners were:

You can read all of the winning entries in their entirety by clicking on the titles.

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