Happening: Film Club's Premiere of "The Shelving"

Happening: Film Club’s Premiere of “The Shelving”

This semester, the crew of the film club has been making a short film, “The Shelving.” After finishing up two months of hard work, it’s time for the premiere! All are welcome to attend the premiere screening this Friday, December 8th,…

Sequel: Paula Koetter

Sequel: Paula Koetter

Paula Koetter is an alumnus of the English Department, and more currently, she is a professional technical writer. In this edition of Sequel, I sat down with her to hear her take on what technical writing is and what it…

Student Opportunities: Two Paid Summer Internships

Student Opportunities: Two Paid Summer Internships

Two paid internships available! Applications are due January 15, 2018. *** The Goldring/Woldenberg Institutute of Southern Jewish Life (ISJL) seeks candidates for their summer 2018 internships in the History Department and Heritage and Interpretation Department. These are paid positions, ideally…

Student Opportunities: Oakland Arts Review

Student Opportunities: Oakland Arts Review

Call for creative writing and graphic art If you have a poem, story, script, or nonfiction essay that you would like to see published, see the call below from Jeff Chapman from the Oakland Arts Review (OAR), an undergraduate journal…

Creative Writing and Creative Consulting

Michael Hals, a sophomore English major with a Creative Writing concentration, started working this year as a consultant in the College’s Writing Lab, though he doesn’t often get to work with clients puzzling over poems and finessing their latest work…

Using the 6-Word Memoir in the Writing Center

This post was originally published in the Palmetto State Writing Association’s digital newsletter by Bonnie Devet, Director of the College of Charleston’s Writing Lab with consultants Will Allen, Jalen Brooks-Knepfle, Alli Camp, Emily Clark, Chloe Field, Lauren Findlay, Wilson Ford, Antony Garruzzo, Ryan…

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