Angelina Little (Philosophy, Politics, and Economics, ’22) is this year’s recipient of Excellence in Upper-Level Writing Prize from the Sweetland Center for Writing. Written in Political Science 381 in fall 2020, Angelina’s paper, “Reevaluating the Economic Imperative to Learn,” spells out the plan for her PPE Honors thesis next year. It also got Angelina selected as one of the twenty Honors Summer Fellows for summer 2021.
Angelina's paper was selected for this honor by a panel of judges and will be included in an electronically published volume of excellent upper-level student writing.
Angelina is currently taking a gap semester “WWOOFing” in the Pacific Northwest. WWOOF stands for Worldwide Opportunities on Organic Farms; Angelina’s opportunities on a goat farm have included friendships with multiple baby goats.