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Rules for Entry
- Deadline: 5:00pm on Monday, April 7th, 2014.
- Students can submit entries in different genres of academic writing as well as fiction and poetry. Submissions should provide thoughtful reflection using gender as a central category of analysis.
- Works should also have a high-quality argument or discernable artistic merit.
- This Prize is open only to MIT undergraduates. Cross-registered Harvard and Wellesley students are not eligible. Students who graduate at the end of the Fall Semester are eligible.
- Participants may submit multiple entries.
- Works originally written for classes are eligible, as are self- contained extracts from undergraduate theses. However, works that have been previously published or have been accepted for publication are not eligible.
- Co-authored entries are acceptable, if all authors are MIT undergraduates at the time of submission.
- The Prize Announcement will be made during the first week of May.
- Entries must be submitted with a cover sheet.
- The student's name must NOT appear on any page other than the cover page.
- No member of the faculty can be thanked or named except as a citation in the work.
- Works can be fiction or non-fiction and may be of any length.
- Copyright remains with the author at all times.
- Questions concerning the requirements
for entries should be directed to email@example.com
- The program reserves the right not to award the prize when the submissions do not adequately fulfill the criteria.