Friday, May 6, 2016, at its annual Honors Days, Trinity College celebrated students receiving honors and awards. Seven current Classics majors, including two seniors, one junior, three sophomores, and one first-year, received awards and honors, Jami Cogswell, ’16, shared the College’s highest award, the Trustee Award for Student Excellence and also picked up the James Goodwin Greek Prize, which she shared with Matt Reichelt, ’17. Darcy Cogswell, ’16, and Lydia Herndon, ’18, shared the Melvin W. Title Latin Prize. Dylan Ingram, ’18, won the Rev. Paul H. Barbour Prize in Greek; Kelcie Finn, ’18, received the James A. Notopoulos Latin Prize; and Mary Bennewitz, ’19, won the John C. Williams Prize in Greek. In addition, Darcy took from the History Department the George B. Cooper Prize in British History.
The Classics Department at Trinity College is delighted to celebrate and honor the academic excellence of its majors, and we congratulate each on his/her accomplishments!