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The Rhetoric, Writing, and Linguistics Speaker Series Presents a Lecture by Christine TardyNovelist Tawnysha Greene and poet Kristi Maxwell To Read for Writers in the Library SeriesEnglish 492/592: Drama in New York Course Seeking ParticipantsThe Literature, Criticism, and Textual Studies Speaker Series Presents a Lecture by Heather LoveThe Creative Writing Program Welcomes Joy Harjo to the Faculty as a Professor & Chair of ExcellenceASAP/Journal Launched with Special Issue by Dr. Amy Elias“In Our Own Words”: Clay Jeffries Discusses English 492: Drama in New York
The Rhetoric, Writing, and Linguistics Speaker Series Presents a Lecture by Christine Tardy
Novelist Tawnysha Greene and poet Kristi Maxwell To Read for Writers in the Library Series
English 492/592: Drama in New York Course Seeking Participants
The Literature, Criticism, and Textual Studies Speaker Series Presents a Lecture by Heather Love
The Creative Writing Program Welcomes Joy Harjo to the Faculty as a Professor & Chair of Excellence
ASAP/Journal Launched with Special Issue by Dr. Amy Elias
“In Our Own Words”: Clay Jeffries Discusses English 492: Drama in New York

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