Baruch’s Journalism Department presents, in collaboration with the Harman Writer-in-Residence Program, a reading and conversation with student winners of the What Is Home? essay contest. The event takes place in person on May 24, 12:30 pm to 2 pm at the Mishkin Gallery, 135 E. 22nd St. Lunch will be served. RSVP

The  contest was judged by Professors Bridgett Davis and Gisele Regatao and prizes were funded by Baruch alumnus David Shulman.

The winners are:

First Place: ($1500) Brianna Hobson — Gangster’s Paradise”

Second Place: ($1000) Sven Larsen — Unidentified Dying Objects”

Third Place: ($500) Tamanna Saidi —  Even in My Despondence, There Is a Telepathy Between Hearts”

Honorable Mentions: Fannie Davis Prize ($200 each)

Kenia Torres — “Mis Querencias

James D. Reilly — “The Flood”

Siddrah Alhindi — “If These Walls Could Speak”

Winning essays will be published online in Dollars & Sense.