March 2018 Monthly Archive

Floor covered with open books

Women’s History Month: Reading List

Today’s post, the final one of the month, features our “local” authors – English alumna, current students, faculty, and/or staff. This list is by no means complete, and even for those included we have not given a full account of their […]

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Women’s History Month: Lorrie Moore

~from Michaela Hayes Lorrie Moore, born January 13 1957, is an American novelist and short story writer. She was born in Glens Falls, New York, and later attended St. Lawrence University, a small liberal arts college in Canton, New York. […]

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Women’s History Month: Girl Power

Watching some of the speeches from various recent March for Our Lives* events made it clear that kids — in particular girls — have a voice, can be activists and create change. Considering the theme of this year’s Women’s History […]

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Classroom discussion

Spring 2018 Rambler Available

The Rambler is a newsletter that includes what English majors need to know about registration, such as course offerings for the upcoming semester(s), registration details, advising information, important dates, Composition Placement Challenge & Re-Evaluation Essay information, and details about awards […]

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Women’s History Month: Janelle Monàe

~from Michaela Hayes Janelle Monàe is a singer, songwriter, rapper, record producer, actress, and model, born on December 1, 1985. She was born and raised in the slums of Kansas City, Kansas (KCK) to working class parents. Her musical career […]

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