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Join us on Monday, February 25th at 4:15 p.m. in Allbritton 311 for the first of several information sessions about summer options for students interested in writing and publishing, sponsored by Wesleyan’s Writing Programs. On March 6, 12-1 p.m. in … Continue reading
You know how in June, everyone gets super excited about summer reading? I’m not talking about assigned reading for high school (which, unfortunately, is so often boring), but rather about those suspenseful, scandalous, oddly addicting books that publishers bring out … Continue reading
A random collection for sure, but I am excited to tackle all these. The Help by Kathryn Stockett. Zeitoun by Dave Eggers. (Just moved to New Orleans. We shall see…) Mornings on Hourseback by David McCullough. Because Teddy Roosevelt is … Continue reading
In these early weeks of summer, many of us are begining the unpleasant process of planning for the future… As a recent Wesleyan graduate with future graduate school ambitions, I read over the Princeton Review study guide for the GREs … Continue reading
Are you interested in attending the Wesleyan Writers Conference from June 16th through June 20th? The five-day conference is a wonderful opportunity to attend seminars and lectures led by Roxana Robinson, Amy Bloom, Joshua Henkin, Honor Moore, Lis Harris, Peter Blauner, … Continue reading