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Ian Boothbhy wins the 2014 Bowdoin Prize in the Natural Sciences
The Bowdoin Prizes recognize “essays of originality and high literary merit, written in a way that engages both specialists and non-specialists”. Established in 1810, the Bowdoin prizes are considered among Harvard’s oldest and most prestigious student awards, and have been awarded to many notable Harvard students, including Ralph Waldo Emerson, Arthur M. Schlesinger, and John Updike. There are two categories for the undergraduate prizes: the Bowdoin Prize in the English Language and the Bowdoin Prize in the Natural Sciences. Each winner receives a cash award of $10,000.

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The Sewall Latin Prize (since 1879), given by Jotham Bradbury Sewall, class of 1848, S.T.D. 1902, who was formerly the Professor of Greek at Bowdoin. The Prize is awarded annually to the member of the sophomore class who sustains the best examination in Latin.

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The Sewall Greek Prize (since 1879), given by Jotham Bradbury Sewall, class of 1848, S.T.D. 1902, who was formerly the Professor of Greek at Bowdoin. The Prize is awarded annually to the member of the sophomore class who sustains the best examination in Greek.

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