Three students took top honors at the 2010 Leonard J. Arrington Writing Awards competition at Utah State University. The awards are offered in conjunction with the annual Arrington Mormon History Lecture.The competition is open to university students at any of the regions’ universities. The top three winners all attend USU. Sara Jordan, a graduate student studying in USU’s Folklore program took the top prize with a first place award of $1,000.The $500 second place prize went to Genevieve Draper, a USU sophomore studying History. The third place award of $250 went to John Brombaugh, a graduate student in the History department. The awards are provided by the Leonard J. Arrington Lecture and Archives Foundation. The three winners were recognized Thursday on the USU campus during the Friends of Merrill Cazier Library spring lecture.
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