ISSUED: 6 April 2018
MEDIA CONTACT: Valerie Owens
SHEPHERDSTOWN, WV — Four Shepherd University students won prizes for research papers they wrote on the issue of congressional term limits for a competition open to all Shepherd students sponsored by the Glen Burnie, Maryland-based Congressional Term Limits Foundation. The students had to research some aspect of congressional term limits and write a five- to 20-page research paper on their findings.
The first place winner of $2,500 is Jordan Jalil, an economics and accounting major from Kabletown. Spencer VanHoose, a political science major from Martinsburg, won second place and $1,000. Tessa Chafin, a political science major from Morgantown, and Mitchell Haines, a social work major from Slanesville, received honorable mention and $100.
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