Environment major Hadley Tuthill and environment minor Natalie Andrasko are two of the winners of this year's Granader Family Prize for Excellence in Upper-Level Writing. These prizes are awarded annually in the winter term by the Sweetland Writing Center, and winning entries are published both digitally and in hard copy to showcase excellence in writing across the College. Hadley and Natalie will be recognized at the 2017 Writing Prize award ceremony on Wednesday, April 19th at 10 am. Below are links to Hadley's and Natalie's news feature, for which they earned their Sweetland Writing Prizes. Both works are were submitted as assignments for Environ 320: Environmental Journalism: Reporting About Science, Policy, and Public Health (Instructors Askari/Halpert) in Fall 2016. 

Hadley Tuthill's news feature titled, Uncovering Food Insecurity Among College Students 
Natalie Andrasko's news feature titled, Refugees Struggle Rejoining Medical Field After Resettlement