Each senior must submit two identical copies of the Senior Thesis by this deadline if the thesis is to be sent to readers for evaluation and consideration for honors. A celebration will follow from 4:00-5:30 pm in Barker 110!
Each senior eligible for honors must submit five copies of the Senior Oral Exam packet, which consists of a list of five topics for emphasis in the exam, a bibliography of primary and secondary sources, a list of relevant courses, and a program statement.
A required event for juniors (and strongly recommended for sophomores), the Senior Thesis Symposium features 5-minute talks by seniors about their thesis topics and the whole process. Join us for a supportive conversation over Indian food about finding a topic, conducting research, drafting chapters, working with faculty mentors, and other key aspects of writing a senior thesis in History & Literature.
Join History & Literature faculty and students in celebrating the successful completion of the academic year at our annual End-of-Year Celebration! Prizes for students and tutors will be announced, and we will toast the whole graduating senior class for their achievements.