The Gateway Prize for Excellent Writing is awarded annually to the best papers submitted for a course in each of the college’s four divisions (Arts; Humanities; Natural Sciences/Mathematics; Social Sciences). Submissions are made by faculty members, and are judged on content, clarity and effectiveness of presentation.

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Submissions from 2016

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PRODUCT: Surface Play and Simulation in PC Music, Catherine Ball

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Through My Great-Grandfather’s Eyes: The Environmental History of Hilo, Carmen Garson-Shumway

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Darwin, Freud, and Dawkins Sit Down for a Cup of Tea, Natalie Spanos

Submissions from 2015

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Statesmanship and Sainthood: The Legend of Prince Shotoku in the Founding of Japanese Buddhism, Helena Bruce

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Border Songs: Supporting Transnational Freedoms?, Elsa Goossen

Submissions from 2014

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Racial Segregation in Oakland, CA Metro Area, Josie Ahrens

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The Pikeminnow Against the Dam, Lucy Andrews

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Jewish Liberation Theology: A Post-Holocaust Exegesis of Humankind’s Last Words to God, Jacob Bessen

Submissions from 2013

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Querying Sex, Gender, and Race through the Queercore Zine Movement: G.B. Jones and Vaginal Davis Protest Conformity, Camille Erickson

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A New Bulldog in Town, Erin Holt

Submissions from 2012

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Agency and Choice in Hotel Rwanda and Shooting Dogs, Luke Allen

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Seneca, Valletto and Cultural Commentary in Monteverdi’s "L’incoronazione di Poppea", Samantha Horn

Submissions from 2011

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Oral Narrative and Disembodied Language in Othello and Hamlet, Michael Ferut