Thursday, September 29, 2022

Literature

Commentary: University exhibition acknowledges contributions of everyday people in the Civil Rights Movement

BY TESS WILLIAMSStaff Reporter Famous names like Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X often come up during conversations about the Civil Rights...

Asian Awareness and Perspective Connections magazine seeks to represent Asian American students at the university

BY SOPHIA JOHNSONSenior Reporter According to the university’s Institutional Research and Effectiveness Department, 68.4% of undergraduate students identify as white on campus as of 2020....

Tok’ing about books: Lovers of the Library explores book trends and more

The RSO’s purpose is to provide a space to discuss books and connect people who share an interest in literature.

Sharing stories at the university’s seventh annual African American Read-In

The read-in took place virtually on Feb. 15 at 6 p.m. and was hosted by Délice Williams, associate director of composition and assistant professor of English, Tiffany Probasco, a faculty member in the Department of English and Yolanda Green, the Literature and Africana Studies Librarian at Morris Library.

“Under a White Sky:” the First Year Experience

Each piece contained in the tour has strong ties to the human effect on the environment, especially those that come from the Special Collections.

Voces de la Gente presents philanthropist and graphic novelist Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez

On Wednesday, Oct. 20, in the Trabant Theatre, the annual Voces de la Gente event was hosted by Student Diversity & Inclusion, the Office of Institutional Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, the Latino/Hispanic Heritage Caucus and HOLA.

Ruins and Sparks: Gladys Ilarregui wins poetry award for her upcoming poetry book, “Manifiesto de ruinas y destellos”

The poetry book, which will be published in Oct. 2021, recently won the Carmen Conde Women’s Poetry Award in competition with 238 other poetry books.