Seniors Eriko Kay and Gregory Briker were honored with WGS prizes last week.
Kay, a joint concentrator in WGS and Visual and Environmental Studies, won the Jane C. Grant Prize for the graduating senior with the best overall academic performance in WGS. In addition, she won a Hoopes Prize for her project titled "The Future is Taken Care Of: Care Robots, Migrant Workers, and the Re-Production of Japanese Identity" and "They Wanted to Be Cared For." Briker, a History concentrator, received the Eugene R. Cummings Prize for the best senior thesis in LGBT studies as well as a Hoopes Prize for his project "The Right to be Heard: ONE Magazine, Obscenity Law, and the Battle over Homosexual Speech."
Please join us in congratulating the winners of our senior prizes!