Entropy, Lewis & Clark’s literary magazine for the 2000-01 academic year, competed against more than 100 colleges and universities from throughout the nation to win the 2002 National Program Directors’ Prize for Undergraduate Literary Magazines for content. The Associate Writing Program, a nonprofit organization affiliated with academic writing programs, sponsors the contest.
“Lewis & Clark students make extraordinary efforts in producing each year’s literary review,” says Annie Dawid, professor of English and director of the creative writing program. “Of course, the award for content reflects the especially high quality of submissions, which come from all sectors of the Lewis & Clark community. Bravo!”
Entropy editors were Ryan Childs, from Chagrin Falls, Ohio, who graduated last spring, and Jonas Lerman, a senior English major from Gig Harbor, Washington. Jack Hart, professor emeritus of English, was the adviser for the winning publication.