Res Publica is an annual collection of essays written by students in the Ashbrook Scholar Program. Essays for Res Publica are winning submissions to the Taylor Award for Writing Excellence, an award endowed through the generosity of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward Taylor.
Res Publica is Latin for "the affairs of the public." The purpose of the journal is to provide a forum for thoughtful analysis of the various issues that encompass what is commonly known as public affairs.
Summer 2021 - Volume 28
- "On Why We Remember" by Joshua Jasmin (First Place Winner - Fall 2020)