April 2019 Monthly Archive

Picture of Lorraine Arvizo in her office

Alumna Profile: Lorraine Arvizo

Lorraine Arvizo English Teacher at Northglenn High School Graduated from English: English Education, 2012 How did your major prepare you for the job, the life you have now? Majoring in English helped me gain the content of teaching English. I […]

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Danny Schonning receiving his award

Humans of Eddy: Danny Schonning

Danny Schonning MFA Creative Writing: Poetry and Creative Nonfiction Assistant Director of the Creative Writing Reading Series   What are you working on, doing in Eddy Hall today? Today in Eddy Hall, I’m printing materials for Devin Murphy’s reading, taking place at […]

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Portrait of Maia Coen

Humans of Eddy: Maia Coen

Maia Coen English Major: Creative Writing Concentration (Poetry) Favorite English class or teacher? My favorite classes have always been the poetry writing ones taught by Matthew Cooperman. He is a wonderful teacher with a plethora of knowledge about poetry and literature. […]

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Flowers in front of Clark Building

News of Note: March and April

Genesea Carter facilitated a half-day workshop with Kelly Bradbury and other cross-institutional colleagues at the March 2019 Conference on College Composition and Communication titled “Responding to Anti-Intellectualism in the Classroom: Developing Positive Emotions and Facilitating Student Engagement.” Genesea also gave a […]

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Stack of books, rainbow colors

10 Modern Poets Who are Making History

~by Caitlyn BucknerBackstrom 1. Shonto Begay Video: Narrow Chimney “Religon by Hightline” By Shonto Begay   “She is no stranger to Old Man Winter She has seen many winters It has been colder” Excerpt from Down Highway 163   Shonto Begay […]

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