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HBW Student Wins NJ History Contest, Heads To Nationals

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Lucas Konrad-Parisi, an eighth grade student at H.B. Whitehorne middle school, won the New Jersey History Day competition at William Paterson University this past weekend. He was recognized for his research paper, “J. Robert Oppenheimer: Individual Rights v. National Security” and will travel to the University of Maryland in June for the National History Day Finals.

Seventeen HBW students participated in the May 3 event at William Paterson. Alexandra Deutsch, Christine Feeley, Isabella Josephson, Caitlin Klose, and Kitty Pagano were chosen as alternates for their website, “Opposing McCarthy: Protecting Citizens Rights”.

Lucas Konrad-Parisi and Mrs. Barbara Kistner, H.B.W. Social Studies teacher and National History Day advisor.
Lucas Konrad-Parisi and Mrs. Barbara Kistner, H.B.W. Social Studies teacher and National History Day advisor.

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