This year's Kothe-Hildner prize for the best role play in German 102 and 231. Each semester, the instructors of each German course nominate the best final role play from their section for a contest that takes place on the day before the final exams, in order to determine the winner of the prize. Criteria for the award are the role-play's content and creativity, the fluency and comprehensibility of the performance, and the quality of the German.
German 102: Arianne Abela, Galen Burrell, Katie Choike, and Brandon Summers-Miller (section 4, Charles Ramsey)
German 231: Jacob Warren, Samantha Stellini, Casimir Stone, and Andrew Ferguson