February 2018 Monthly Archive

Black History Month: Jesmyn Ward

Author Jesmyn Ward is making waves with her third novel, Sing, Unburied, Sing, which was just released in 2017. This novel won the National Book Award, making Ward the first woman to win not one, but two National Book Awards […]

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News of Note for February 2018

We had 30 people at our inaugural Composition Program Meta Monday, “Beyond the Rhetorical Situation,” facilitated by Dr. Doug Cloud. A hearty thank you to Doug and everyone who came! Joanna Doxey has a few poems in the latest issue […]

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Black History Month: YA Reading List

~from Katie Haggstrom Even as college students, it’s still fun to read young adult novels. We’ve found some classic and some new must-read young adult novels, all featuring African American authors. The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas. This book […]

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Black History Month: Jordan Peele

Jordan Peele is an actor, comedian, writer, producer, and director. He was born in New York City on February 21, 1979, (Happy Birthday, Jordan!). He attended the Calhoun School in Manhattan and went on to Sarah Lawrence College with the intention […]

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