OHRAB is pleased to congratulate students Ian Riddle and Connor Stanton as recipients of the board’s 2017 History Day Awards.
The OHRAB History Day Award recognizes research projects that demonstrate exceptional use of Ohio primary sources. Ohio primary sources are those either created in Ohio or held in an Ohio repository and represent a first-hand account contemporaneous with events or people researched.
Riddle was recognized in the Senior category for his paper “How Can You Run When You Know?” Neil Young’s “Ohio”, the Kent State Incident, and Musical Protest During the Vietnam War. Stanton received the OHRAB History Day Award in the Junior category for his paper Sheppard v. Maxwell: The Right to a Fair Trial Takes the Stand.
More information on these projects and the awards program can be found on our History Day Awards page.