Three Tunxis Community College students were recently chosen as winners of a Tunxis essay contest that asked writers to describe the characteristics of an ideal presidential candidate.
“I thought it would be a good way to honor the campaign season and to bring a taste of the democratic process to Tunxis students,” said Tunxis professor of history Rafaele Fierro, Ph.D, who organized the contest. “The winning essays were thoughtful and very creative.”
Entries were judged by a committee of five Tunxis faculty. ...Continue Reading →