Monthly Archives: October 2016

Happy Birthday, John Keats!

We all know that October 31st is Halloween, but did you know it was also John Keats’s birthday? In English 350, Keats, we celebrated both in style by having cupcakes and reading the decidedly macabre Isabella, or the Pot of Basil.
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English Majors Garruzzo and Rink Present at the Citadel

  Those who teach writing often find themselves invoking analogies to try and describe a certain skill. Create a “quote sandwich” we say to students in first-year academic writing. Or perhaps the stakes of a messy quote integration are clarified when we tell¬†them to avoid the classic “hit-and-run.” Why do we do this? And does […]
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Student Newspaper Honors Conseula Francis and Alison Piepmeier

The College of Charleston’s student run magazine–The Yard–recently¬†published an inspiring piece on the two beloved colleagues we lost this year. Courtney Eker and Justine Hall write in “Our Wonder Women: The legacies of Conseula Francis and Alison Piepmeier” of these two women–of the extraordinary activism, scholarship, and friendship that they inspired on campus, in the […]
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