Competition Results

Congratulations!  The students listed below will attend the National History Day in Colorado competition at Colorado University-Denver on May 3rd.

Junior Paper
1st place:
Project Title: American by Right, Jewish by Responsibility:  How Immigrant Jews Created an Empire
Student: Su Lan Mair
2nd place:
Project Title: The Chinese Experience in America:  Striving for Basic Rights Amidst Unfair Legislation
Student: Troy Baski
3rd
place:
Project Title: Operation Valkyrie: The Plot to Assassinate Hitler
Student: Jaren Rivera

Senior Paper
1st place:
Project Title: Rights and Responsibilities: The Ludlow Massacre and the Colorado Industrial Plan
Student: Eric Sun
2nd place:
Project Title: Rights and Responsibilities of Company Towns Across the United States
Student: Jenette Watkins
3rd place:
Project Title: Louis Tikas and the Ludlow Massacre: The Workers’ Fight for Rights
Student: Jacob Sloan

Junior Individual Documentary
1st place:
Project Title: The Ludlow Massacre – The Rights of the Worker vs. the Responsibilities of the Employer
Student: Ian Holmes
2nd place:
Project Title: The Stonewall Riots: The Event That Launched the Gay Rights Movement
Student: Sophia Markuson-DiPrince
3rd place:
Project Title: The Price of Freedom: Rights Stripped Away During Apartheid in South Africa
Student: Isaac Sloan

Senior Individual Documentary
1st place:
Project Title: The Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882: When the United States Handpicked Rights and Responsibilities
Student: Tony Sun
2nd place:
Project Title: The Stonewall Riot: A Seminal Event in the Fight for Gay Rights
Student: Kennedy Taylor

Junior Group Documentary
1st place:
Project Title: The Holocaust: One Man’s Actions Destroys Millions of People’s Rights
Students: Jacob Lewis and James Gavato
2nd place:
Project Title: Eastern State Penitentiary: The Right to Isolate, The Responsibility for Change
Students: William Carver and Marcus Lucero
3rd place:
Project Title: The Attica Revolution: Fighting for Prisoner Rights
Students: Michael Nava-Pacheco and Mathew Acosta Davis

Senior Group Documentary
1st place:
Project Title: Citizens or Prisoners: Camp Amache
Students: Reilly Spence and Hannah Taylor
2nd place:
Project Title: Rights and Responsibilities of Women’s Rights Activists
Students: Carmen Boren and Shania Roberts
3rd place:
Project Title: Lewis Hine: Viewing the Rights and Responsibilities of the American Work Force Through a Different Lens
Students: Morgan Even, Olivia Fronmueller, and Emily Simpson

Junior Individual Exhibit
1st place:
Project Title: John Newton: From Slave Trader to Rights’ Protector
Student: Riley Harding
2nd place:
Project Title: Downwind From Trinity: Responsibility After Nuclear Testing
Student: Katharine Meeks
3rd place:
Project Title: A Promise That Couldn’t Be Kept: America’s Responsibility to Bikini Island
Student: Morgan Hager

Senior Individual Exhibit
1st place:
Project Title: Relocation in WWII: Rights of Japanese Americans
Student: Megan Price
2nd place:
Project Title: The Sand Creek Massacre Rights and Responsibilities
Student: Landon Ure
3rd place:
Project Title: Child Labor at the Turn of the Century
Student: Evan Ward

Junior Group Exhibit
1st place:
Project Title: Bhopal: Corporation Neglects Human Rights
Students: Zachary Kwitek, Owen Massey, Riley McAndrews, and Neela Ropp
2nd place:
Project Title: Dorothea Dix: Crusader for Mentally Ill Rights
Students: Delaney Barela, Juliet Chi, Luke Mayes, and Brandon Samora
3rd place:
Project Title: Rwanda: Mass Genocide Leads to Human Rights Catastrophe
Students: Connor Finley, Brighton Krasovic, Bryce Ying, and Taylor Uhlman

Senior Group Exhibit
1st place:
Project Title: Women Take Charge to Obtain Rights and Responsibilities
Students: Bethany Kwitek and Annemarie Parker
2nd place:
Project Title: Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire
Students: Cameron Brinkley, Cody Cozzolino, Alexander Daugherty, and Michael DeNardo
3rd place:
Project Title: Muckrakers Pave the Way to Citizens Rights
Students: Taryn Medina and Taylor Swatzki

Junior Group Performance
1st place:
Project Title: Responsibility of Maquiladoras to Protect the Right to Life of the Unborn
Students: Kyla Pettie and Emily Hanenberg
2nd place:
Project Title: Typhoid Mary:  Public Health Responsibilities Trump Civil Rights
Students: Alise Gladbach and Alexandra Gutierrez
3rd place:
Project Title: The First Ten Amendments: A Bill that Forever Protects American Rights Against Tyranny
Students: Ian Byrd, Thea Rodriguez, and Dominique Trujillo

Senior Individual Performance
1st place:
Project Title: In the Eyes of the Demon
Student: Travis Romero
2nd place:
Project Title: Sacco and Vanzetti: The Right to a Fair Trial
Student: Meghan Kinnischtzke

Senior Group Performance
1st place:
Project Title: Women’s Rights
Students: Sarah Didericksen, Ian Miles, and Katie Storey
2nd place:
Project Title: The Salem Witch Trials of 1692: Who Was Responsible for Taking the Rights of the Accused?
Students: Hanna Douglass, Michael Peters, Brittney Schlup, and Jourdan Snyder

Junior Individual Website
1st place:
Project Title: Claiming the “Right” to Intern the “Responsible”: Japanese Internment Camps
Student: Ann Whited
2nd place:
Project Title: Eugenics and the Rights that were Stolen
Student: Juan Sanchez
3rd place:
Project Title: Women Rights in China
Student: Kayla Holloway

Senior Individual Website
1st place:
Project Title: When the “Fags” Fought Back – the Stonewall Riots
Student: Bryce Hill
2nd place:
Project Title: Declaration: Process to Independent Rights
Student: Destin Bogart

Junior Group Website
1st place:
Project Title: Contradictions of Women’s Suffrage
Students: Bailee Phillips and Alyssa Schreiber
2nd place:
Project Title: Responsibilities of the Little Rock Nine in Gaining Civil Rights
Students: John Arnott and Garrett Kristan
3rd place:
Project Title: Martin Luther King Jr. and Civil Rights, the Fight Against Organized Racism
Students: Mac Lusero and Trevor Wood

Senior Group Website
1st place:
Project Title: The Ludlow Massacre: Rights of the Miners Invaded
Students: David Lichliter and Jarrett Loughry
2nd place:
Project Title: Showdown in the South: Freedom Riders Fight for the Right to Ride
Students: Makala Flickinger and Hannah Waldero
3rd place:
Project Title: Josefe Mengele
Students: Braxton Bedwell, Sam Cabrera, Luke Erickson, and Ethan Hays

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