Winterim Story Contest: Voting Result

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Voting has started in the 2012 Das Tor Winterim Story Contest. Five students answered the question: What was your greatest Winterim moment? Now it’s your turn to decide which response is most unforgettable or interesting. Follow the links below to read the stories, then select your favorite in the poll at the bottom of this page. The author who receives the most votes on our site will win a $100 gift certificate at a store of his or her choice.

Thanks to those who vote for the winterim story contest. The winner is Till Soon, New York, by Abhijit Chakrabarti. He has 43  of total 54 vote.

Chakrabarti, Abhijit

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