2018 Moser Freshman Prize Awarded

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ELMIRA, NY (10/11/2018) The 2018 Moser Freshman Prize was awarded to Brenna Garrison '21 and Elizabeth Foster '21 at ceremony during Family Weekend.

Garrison, a speech and language disabilities major from Chester, NY, is an officer for Orchesis and Tap Ensemble. She is also a member of Rotaract and League of Intern Speech Pathologists (LISP). During the 2019 Term III, Garrison will be traveling abroad to study in Italy.

Foster is a political science and legal studies double major with a minor in criminal justice from Frankfort, NY. She is an officer for Model UN, Amnesty International, and Pre-Law Club, as well as a member of Active Minds.

Both Garrison and Foster are Elmira College Key Award recipients and were recently inducted into the Phi Eta Sigma International Freshman Honor Society.

The Moser Freshman Prize was established by Raymond and Nancy Crane Moser '34 to acknowledge and support the academic tradition at Elmira College. The Prize is presented annually to the student achieving the highest grade point average at the end of the first year of full-time academic work.