We are pleased to present the winners of this week’s Night Owls essay contest! You can check out the winning essays by clicking the links below:
This Week’s Contest: You were a kid!
Thomas Hitchcock, “Vignettes from Francisco Ave”
Past Contest Winners:
Moving Life Online:
Adora Svitak, “Closeness without consequences”
Raina Weinstein, “On Social Virtues in a World without Coincidence”
Theo Belci, “A Crisis of Space”
An Essay at the End of the World
Megan Fritts, “Easter at the End of the World”
Phoebe Pan, “The Unlikely Event”
Anna Lerner, “The Rhythm of Chaos”
Akash Mehta, Untitled Poem
“the end of what world?” asked the will, knowing existence to be just a spillover of itself, a rivulet diverted from the great current by the watercourse of thought, little cleft in the bedrock, itself made of the water, the will.
What are Universities for?
Adrian Liu, “A False Choice between Liberal and Vocational Education”
Mira Joseph, “On Classrooms, Doorways and Rectangles”
All you need is love…?
Valérie Boiten, “If it were not for your love”
Andrew Eckholm, “Saying I Love You”
Chloe Lim, “All you need is love”
Am I a number?
Anna Belle Newport, “Counting in fours”
Elena Glen, “Plagiarizing Pride and Prejudice“