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April 2, 2014-Lock Haven University is pleased to announce the winners of the 3rd annual Virginia Martin Gender Issues Essay Contest. Amanda Cole, Sara Guthrie and Alexa Weissert received their awards at the annual Let Her Voice Be Heard event held at Avenue 209 in downtown Lock Haven, March 27th, which marks the finale of LHU Women’s History Month celebration.

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Virginia Martin Gender Issues annual essay contest is made possible by a gift funded by the late Associate Professor Emerita Virginia Martin and Dr. Julie Story of TRIO Student Support Services to recognize students who do exceptional academic work on gender and women's issues as the topic, focus of analysis or thematic concern. Teacher, scholar and life-long supporter of gender studies and retired faculty member of the LHU English Department, Professor Martin played a pivotal role in establishing the Women's Studies Program at LHU. The essay competition is open to all registered LHU students.

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Antigone: Gender Issues Essays First place winner Amanda Cole is an HPED major and WGS minor actively involved in activities for promoting gender equity on campus. Amanda is one of the office bearers for Gender Equality Liberation (GEL) student group. Amanda's prizewinning essay "Silent Shadows: How Sexual Scripts Generate Rape Culture" was written for Dr. Cindy Allen's HLTH 341 course in fall 2013. Amanda received a cash award of 250 dollars and a certificate. “Winning the Virginia Martin Gender Issues Essay Contest is a great accomplishment to me. This contest includes excellent submissions every year, filled with issues that are all equally important. I am honored to be a selected winner amongst those submissions,” said Amanda on her first place award.

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