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  • Junior Ivy Li won First Prize for her poem

    Junior Ivy Li won First Prize for her poem "To See a Brief Future."

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Isabelle de Courtivron Writing Prize announces winners for 2019

MIT junior Ivy Li won First Prize for her poem "To See a Brief Future."

Five undergrads writing on immigrant, diaspora, bicultural, bilingual, and/or mixed-race experiences.


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Global Studies and Languages announced this year's winners of the Isabelle de Courtivron writing prize, awarded annually to recognize high-quality undergraduate writing (creative or expository) on topics related to immigrant, diaspora, bicultural, bilingual, and/or mixed-race experiences. The prize was established to honor Distinguished Professor Emerita Isabelle de Courtivron on the occasion of her retirement in 2010.

Five undergraduates received awards: First Prize went to Ivy Li for “To See a Brief Future.” Second Place prizes were awarded to Hanna Kherzai for "Don’t Tell Them” and Chloe Yang for “Dear Asian Tourists of MIT.” Honorable Mentions were awarded to Angela Lin for "Lost in Translation” and Abdalla Osman for "Dear Brother."

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The prize winners will be honored at the GSL Spring Fest April 22, along with other honorees. Read the prize-winning entries and learn more about the writers.


Topics: School of Humanities Arts and Social Sciences, Writing, Awards, honors and fellowships, Students, Global Studies and Languages, Diversity and inclusion

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