Monthly Archives: August 2015

Alumna Publishes Essay On the Ten-Year Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina

Ten years after Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath ravaged the city and the surrounding environs of New Orleans, Christina D’Antoni (’14) reflects on her hometown and her coming-of-age years marked by incalculable loss in the Washington Post‘s “Post Everything” blog site.  Click here to read, “I Was a ‘Katrina Kid'”.  
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Prof. Eichelberger talks about Eudora Welty at Mississippi Book Festival

On Saturday, August 22, the Mississippi Book Festival will take place in and around the state capitol building in Jackson, MS. Dr. Julia Eichelberger is honored to be among those talking about Mississippi and its writers during this event. She’ll be part of one panel called “Margaret Walker Alexander, Eudora Welty, and the Making of Literary […]
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The Writing Lab Helps Students Flourish

It’s just around the corner: a new semester complete with new courses and a whole new round of research papers, essays, summaries, reports, stories, and poems to write. Luckily, students can take advantage of the Writing Lab in the Center for Student Learning (Addlestone Library, first floor).  Trained writing consultants can help with writing for […]
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