George B. Sohier Prize

This prize, founded by Waldo Higginson, of the Class of 1833, in memory of George Brimmer Sohier, of the Class of 1852, is given for the best thesis containing approximately 10,000 words of text presented by a successful candidate for honors in English or in modern literature and in certain cases History and Literature. The competition is open to undergraduates. Theses for this prize will be considered without special application by the student. Further information may be obtained from the Prize Office.