Alyson Jeanne Buck Wins the Toni Morrison-Wole Soyinka African American Essay Award

Congratulations to Alyson Jeanne Buck, winner of the 2011 Toni Morisson-Wole Soyinka African American Award for her essay titled: "Soundtracks of an Era: The Jazz Age as Presented by F. Scott Fitzgerald and His Contemporaries"

Named for two extraordinary writers, Toni Morrison and Wole Soyinka, this award is presented annually to the student who writes the best essay on a theme related to continental Africa and/or diasporan Africa.  Essays may be submitted by students enrolled in any Gettysburg College class, or will be chosen from work submitted in Africana Studies courses.