Richard Sobel ’71 received the 2017 George Orwell Award from the National Council of Teachers of English for his book Citizenship as Foundation of Rights: Meaning for America. According to the NCTE, “Sobel’s rather sobering and methodical book serves as a social critique and impetus for social justice.”

Former Terrace board chair Sandy Harrison ’74, along with the Princeton Prospect Foundation and author Clifford Zink, produced and edited The Princeton Eating Clubs: a book that details “the origins, evolution, and architectural grandeur” of the eating clubs.

Rachel Lyon ’05 published her debut novel, Self-Portrait with Boy, with Scribner in February 2018. Kirkus Reviews called the book “fearless and sharp.”

Kaamya Varagur ’18 is the winner of a Gates Cambridge Scholarship. The neuroscience major, who is also pursuing a certificate in vocal performance, will study the reciprocal effects of lullaby singing on mother and child.

Mikaela Gerwin ’19 is one of ten Princeton students selected to this year’s cohort of Scholars in the Nation’s Service Initiative. She is concentrating in history with a certificate in global health and health policy.