Sponsored by the English Department and the Braithwaite Writing Center, the Scriblerian is a publication for students by students. Revived during Fall Semester 2004 after a two-year hiatus, this on-line journal is the result of an essay competition organized by Writing Center tutors for ENGL 1010 and 2010 students.
The Spring 2012 Scriblerian Contest was planned and supervised by Chair Blake London with the help of Jacqui Harrah, Vanessa Hunt, Dana LeCheminant, Violet Wager, and Wes Van de Water. A total of 33 essays were submitted for the Spring 2012 contest.
- 1st Place: "Saving Lives One Execution at a Time" by Karyn Vincent - Professor Jessica Brown
- 2nd Place: "Delicate Social Fabric" by Ji Hae Kim - Professor Charles Cuthbertson
- 1st Place: "What Makes a Successful Person?" by Kandra Carroll - Professor Dr. Julie Simon
- 2nd Place: "Happily Ever After" by Johna Andreason - Professor Dr. Julie Simon
- Honorable Mention: "The Trouble with English" by Jennifer Lupke - Professor Joy Sterrantino
- 1st Place: "Hawaii’s Journey to Prison: A Brief History of Paradisaical Sovereignty Ended" by Eric M. Liebhardt - Professor Toanui Tawa
- 2nd Place: "Christians: Peaceful Preachers or Hawaiian Conquerors?" by McKay West - Professor Toanui Tawa
- 1st Place: "Scars" by Damon Esancy (Essay Not Available)
- 2nd Place: "Storytellers" by Amanda Mills - Professor Dr. Jessica Tvordi
- Honorable Mention: "A Shakespearean Festival" by Sierra Gish - Professor Joy Sterrantino
Congratulations to the Spring 2012 Scriblerian Contest winners and thank you to everyone who submitted essays.