Nine Texas Middle School Students Earn Top Spots During TAMU-T Regional History Day Competition

PHOTO IDENTIFICATION (Left to Right) Front Row: Gabrielle Lancaster, Kristina Colburn, Lyric Curtis, Eli Likins Center Row: Tyler Unger, Kason Orgeron Back Row: Kailyn Williams, Mally Lumpkin, Nealy Anderson

During the Texas A&M University Texarkana Regional History Day Competition on March 6, 2020, nine students from Texas Middle School took top honors for their respective work.

They include:
Junior Historical Paper
Eli Likins – 1st Place – “The Great Nesty Plunge;”

Junior Individual Exhibit
Tyler Unger – 1st Place – “Breaking Barriers in History – The 1969 Moon Landing;”
Kason Orgeron – 3rd Place – “NASA Mathematician – Katherine Johnson;”

Junior Group Exhibit
Kristina Colburn, Lyric Curtis & Gabrielle Lancaster – 1st Place – “Justice Can’t Be Just Us – the Murder of Vincent Chin;”
Nealy Anderson, Mally Lumpkin & Kailyn Williams – 2nd Place – “Alice Coachman – Breaking Barriers in History.”

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