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Freddie Wayne Anderson, a tenth-year student in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS), and Paul Alan Cox, a fourth-year GSAS student, have won the Bowdoin Prize for graduate students this year.
Established in 1745, the prize includes $1500, a bronze medal, a sheepskin certificate, and the winner's name in the Commencement program, Lucille P. White, who is in charge of prizes, said yesterday.
Each participant in the Bowdoin contest wrote an essay of less than 7500 words, and a group of six professors judged each one, White said.
She added that Cox, who received an honorable mention for his contest entry last year, also won the Bowdoin Prize in 1978.
Shigehisa Kuriyama and Barbara Louis Thorn received honorable mentions for their entries this year.
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