New Haven Division Results from March 22, 2014 (7 pages) CT State Contest on April 26, 2014 at CCSU

Senior Division
Category: Group Website
First Place: Atomic Bomb: Moral Implications on Modern Society Students: D’Anndra Jones, Amy Zheng School: High School in the Community (New Haven, CT)

Category: Individual Website
First Place: Community Mental Health Act: Social Integration of the Mentally Ill Students: Khadija Hussain School: Wilbur Cross High School (New Haven, CT) Second Place: 1789: A Revolution in Rights Students: Mark Gorski School: Wilbur Cross High School (New Haven, CT) Third Place: The Unjustified Construction Students: Anthony Durso School: Wilbur Cross High School (New Haven, CT)

Category: Group Documentary
First Place: Allied Aerial Bombing During World War II Students: Jenna Fortnati, Adam Jarvie School: Sacred Heart Academy (Hamden, CT)

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Category: Individual Documentary
First Place: The Beat Generation and Censorship Students: Georgia Krause School: Wilbur Cross High School (New Haven, CT) Second Place: I’ve Been to the Mountain Top Students: Niko Kotsaftis School: Pomperaug High School (Southbury, CT) Third Place: The Labor Movement: The Right to Organize Students: Riley Bartolomeo School: Maloney High School (Meriden, CT)

Category: Group Exhibit
First Place: Beyond Emancipation Students: Jodi Walters, Camille Fortin School: Wilbur Cross High School (New Haven, CT)

Category: Individual Exhibit
First Place: The Women of Hull House: Holding Society Responsible for the Rights of Immigrants, Women and Children Students: Timothy Cohn School: Pomperaug High School (Southbury, CT) Second Place: Power Conflicts in the Beginnings of Indonesia Students: Alif Albiruni School: High School in the Community (New Haven, CT) Third Place: The Influence of Media Students: Eric Padro School: High School in the Community (New Haven, CT)

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Category: Senior Paper
First Place: The American Heritage of Religious Freedom: Our Right and Responsibility Students: Se-Min Lee School: Choate Rosemary Hall (Wallingford, CT) Second Place: HeLa: Relinquishing Ownership of a Body’s Cell Students: Truelian Lee School: Choate Rosemary Hall (Wallingford, CT) Third Place: Gulf of Tonkin Incident Students: Foster Hall School: Wilbur Cross High School (New Haven, CT)

Junior Division
Category: Group Website
First Place: Informed Consent Students: Maya Geradi, Di Lu School: Worthington Hooker Middle School (New Haven, CT) Second Place: French Revolution: Declaration of the Rights of Man Students: Musa Hussain, Minjae Ko School: Worthington Hooker Middle School (New Haven, CT) Third Place: Seneca Falls: The Start of a Movement Students: Ryleigh Shortwell, Alissa Hoffman School: Thomas Edison Middle School (Meriden, CT)

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Category: Individual Website
First Place: Child Labor During the Industrial Revolution Students: Mei Han School: Worthington Hooker Middle School (New Haven, CT) Second Place: The Creation and History of Welfare in the United States Students: Alex Coman School: Worthington Hooker Middle School (New Haven, CT) Third Place: Viva la Causa! Cesar Chavez and the UFW Students: Colin Riesbeck School: Thomas Edison Middle School (Meriden, CT)

Category: Group Documentary
First Place: China: Family Planning Students: Pauline Galvin, Creston Craig, Alexandra Luhrs, Ryan Lemone, Sophia Islam School: Bethel Middle School (Bethel, CT) Second Place: War Behind the Camera: The Rights and Responsibilities of the Media in the Military Students: David Roper, Griffin Wolf, Emmett Reilly, Will Maher School: Memorial Middle School (Middlebury, CT) Third Place: Worthington Hooker: Rights of the Patient Students: Rachel Kawall, Sophie Edelstein, Thea Ranelli School: Worthington Hooker Middle School (New Haven, CT)

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Category: Individual Documentary
First Place: The Beman Triangle Students: Jack Higgins School: Thomas Edison Middle School (Meriden, CT) Second Place: Killing the Indian, Saving the Man: Native American Boarding Schools Students: Thalia Pitti School: Worthington Hooker Middle School (New Haven, CT) Third Place: Women of World War II Students: Lena Macdonald School: Worthington Hooker Middle School (New Haven, CT)

Category: Group Performance
First Place: Title IX Students: Emma Bromage, Sara Thakur, Laura Rosado, Joseph Lampo, Luna McCulloch School: Worthington Hooker Middle School (New Haven, CT) Second Place: The Underground Railroad Students: Victoria Aromolaran, Nile Lee School: Worthington Hooker Middle School (New Haven, CT) Third Place: Cesar Chavez: Rights of Migrant Farmworkers Students: Ethan Clarke, Eamon Hill School: Worthington Hooker Middle School (New Haven, CT)

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Category: Group Exhibit
First Place: The Southbury Training School: Connecticut Takes Responsibility for the Feeble Minded Students: Cassie Reilly, Camden Frissora, Jackie Tavoletti, Miranda Bueno, Jayde Zainc School: Memorial Middle School (Middlebury, CT) Second Place: Claudette Covin and the Civil Rights Movement Students: Jolie Eichler, Aysia Amoah School: Worthington Hooker Middle School (New Haven, CT) Third Place: It My Choice, Not Yours! Students: Sheyenna Sinicrope, Ashley Tom School: Thomas Edison Middle School (Meriden, CT)

Category: Individual Exhibit
First Place: Brown vs. Board of Education: The Integration of America’s Public Schools Students: Simon Santos School: Washington Middle School (Meriden, CT) Second Place: Italian Immigration to America Students: Francesca Lewis School: Worthington Hooker Middle School (New Haven, CT) Third Place: You Have the Right to remain Silent Students: Kassandra Tack School: Thomas Edison Middle School (Meriden, CT)

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Category: Junior Paper
First Place: The Crown or Freedom: The Rights and Responsibilities of Nathan Hale Students: Irene Soteriou School: Thomas Edison Middle School (Meriden, CT) Second Place: How the Meier Case Launched Anti-Bullying Rights and Responsibilities in Cyberspace Students: Sarah Shepley School: Academy (Weston, CT) Third Place: The British East India Company: Rights, Responsibilities and Profits Students: Prastik Mohanraj School: Engineering Science University Magnet School (New Haven, CT)

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