Each Spring semester, the students in the Senior class of the Faith and Reason Honors Program undertake a 3-credit independent study, the culmination of which is a 30-50 page honors thesis. The topic of the thesis is chosen by the student, with the approval of the faculty advisor and the director of the Salesian Center for Faith & Culture.
Each year, the best thesis—as judged by the Review Committee of the Salesian Center—receives the annual Faith and Reason Award. The winning essay for 2015, "Literary Analysis: Contrasting Tradition and Modernism,” was written by Alexandra Romanyshyn ’15, a philosophy and English major.
To learn more and to read the essays that competed this year and in previous years, click here.
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