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Winners of the 2015 Diversity Contest

The theme for the 2015 Diversity Contest was #Nation. Students were asked to reflect on the influence of social media on our lives, our ideas and how we see the world.

Projects were accepted in four areas:

  1. Visual arts
  2. Multimedia
  3. Written arts
  4. Performance

Students submitted more than 50 entries. Thank you to all who participated. Below are the winning entries. First-place winners in each category receive $1,000. Second-place winners in each category receive $500.

Congratulations to the 2015 winners.


First place

Waverly Mullins of Oak Ridge for One with Our Corruptor

Second place (tie)

Malachi Moore of Oak Ridge for Media on the Brain

Second place (tie)

Marsha Scarbrough of Harriman for Dancing with the Devil


First place

Celine Gobert of Oak Ridge for Antisocial Network

Second place

Gabrielle Morgan of Oliver Springs for Your Only Voice


First place

Dakotah Harris of Harriman for Lost in Real Life

Second place

Hannah Tyring of Crossville for Taking Social Out of Social Media


First place

Natasha Hughes (Heiskell), Morgan Fleming (Clinton) and Aubrey Vittatoe (Heiskell) for Missing Moments

Second place

Hailey Whitaker of Oak Ridge for At Peace

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Faces of Roane State is a celebration of your story, your history and your culture.

Faces of Roane State is about expression. Faces of Roane State embraces sharing and building a culture that appreciates students' unique lives and points of view.

Faces of Roane State is about speaking up and saying, "This is who I am." Faces of Roane State is about you.

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