Senior Majors Awarded at Scholarship Sewanee

Kiela Crabtree “Voluntary Associations and Social Capital Among the Homeless: A Study of the Political Implications of Client-Status” (Mentor: Melody Crowder-Meyer) and James Szewczyk “The Effects of Income Inequality on Political Participation: A Contextual Analysis” (Mentors:  Paige Schneider and Melody Crowder-Meyer) tied for Best Politics Presentation at Scholarship Sewanee. Taylor Yost was awarded Second Place for her presentation “Mums the Word: An Analysis of the Portrayal of HIV/AIDS in Mainstream and LGBTQ Media” (Mentor: Amy Patterson).