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Contest Winner

Geoffrey Hartman
University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Geoffrey HartmanGeoffrey Hartman is a senior history and international studies major, attending the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Hartman is 23 years-old and hails from Weeping Water, Nebraska. Involved in many activities during his college career, Hartman currently works at the campus newspaper, the Daily Nebraskan, and is an executive committee member of the Global Friends of Japan. He plans on working in Japan following his graduation this spring.

A Year Later, "Axis of Evil" Still a Hot Topic
by Geoffrey Hartman

Honorable Mention

Blake Jennelle
Harvard University

Blake JennelleBlake Jennelle is a junior at Harvard University majoring in Social Studies. As an editorial editor and former columnist for The Harvard Crimson, he writes on topics ranging from foreign policy and national politics to campus life and the college experience. He is working on an honors thesis on newspaper coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and plans to pursue a Ph.D. in history or political science. In his spare time, he enjoys running, pickup basketball and reading The Onion, as well as mentoring local elementary school students. He is a native of Doylestown, Pennsylvania.

When Sabers Rattle Too Loudly
by Blake Jennelle

Honorable Mention

Joe Zarro
San Diego State University

Joe ZarroJoe Zarro is the opinion editor at The Daily Aztec, majoring in English at San Diego State University. Joe writes weekly opinion columns for The Daily Aztec and also contributes to the arts and entertainment section. His passions are writing, surfing and playing guitar at a grossly unreasonable volume. Next semester he aspires to create and manage an independent satire paper at SDSU named The Full Monteczuma, with longer range goals of forming a political rock band and writing a novel.

Arms Exports Need to be Regulated to Create Lasting Peace
by Joe Zarro
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