SAC Students Receive Hopwood and Other Writing Awards


By Mariam Negaran
Apr 29, 2014 Bookmark and Share

On April 23, several SAC students received Hopwood and other writing awards at the Graduate and Undergraduate Hopwood Awards Ceremony in the Rackham Amphitheater. 



Chad Rhiness won a Hopwood Screenplay Award and $3,500 for his screenplay “13.1.”




 

Michael Toner won a Hopwood Screenplay Award and $3,500 for his screenplay “Hunter.”

 

 




 

Matthew Montgomery won a Kasdan Scholarship in Creative Writing and $4,500 for his screenplay “The Hard Stuff.”

 

 




 

Anna Baumgarten and Josh Schwartz won the Frank and Gail Beaver Script Writing Prize and $500 each for their short script "Imagine Someone New."

  

 

 

 

 

Carly Keyes won a Hopwood Undergraduate Nonfiction Award and $3,000 for “Anonymous No More: Eccentric Essays from an Addict in Recovery.” 







Congratulations to all our award winners!