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Archive – June 2012

NES held its 2012 Class Day Reception on June 4 in 1915 Hall at 3 p.m. At the reception, the Department and Program presented this year’s prize winners and announced departmental honors. Chloe Bordewich received Highest Honors and also won the Bayard and Cleveland Dodge Memorial Thesis Prize for her senior thesis, The Democracy of Disorder: Egypt’s Revolution and the Reinvention of Historical Narrative. Raphael Balsam and Grace Zhu both earned High Honors. Kerry Brodie, Rivka Cohen,