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Ten Students Selected as New Writing Center Tutors for 2007-08
Ten students have been selected as new writing tutors for the 2007-2008 academic year: Stephanie Anglin ’10, Winston Cook-Wilson ’09 (music), David Foster ’10, Whitney Kimmel ’08 (English, French), Chris Love ’10, Andrew Peart ’10, Mallory Reed ’10, Kevin Rowe ’10, Emily Tang ’08 (creative writing, Chinese), and Allison Trionfetti ’10. Students must be nominated by professors to be considered for the position, and finalists are selected based on superior writing skills

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Isserman Quoted in TIME Magazine
Maurice Isserman, James L. Ferguson Professor of History and co-author of America Divided: The Civil War of the 1960s, was quoted an Aug. 9 TIME magazine article titled “The Return of SDS to Campus.” In another look back at the ‘60s, Isserman, with co-author Michael Kazin of Georgetown University, penned an opinion piece that appeared in the Sunday, Aug. 12, edition of Newsday titled “Summer of love beats cynicism of today.” More ...
Fallcoming 2007
Join alumni, faculty members, students and friends for Fallcoming '07 which will take place Thursday, Sept. 27 through Sunday, Sept. 30. During Fallcoming we will celebrate our inaugural Multicultural Reunion as well as a full schedule with world-class jazz, panel discussions and athletic contests. More ...
Gant Exhibits Work at Light Work
Work created by Associate Professor of Art Ella Gant is on exhibit now through October 23 at Light Work, an arts center focused on the mediums of photography and digital imaging. As a recipient of one of the 33rd Annual Light Work Grants in Photography, Gant is exhibiting her work with two other recipients, Brantley Carroll and David Moore. A gallery reception will be held on Thursday, Sept. 6, from 5 – 8 p.m. The exhibition and reception are free and open to the public. More ...
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Kim Bauer ’08 Interned This Summer with Urbanization NGO
Kimberly Bauer exposed herself to severe culture shock this summer. The senior from Concord, Mass., spent her spring semester in Botswana and, three days after returning home, moved to New York City to take up her internship with New York-based NGO WildMetro.
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Goldberg Presented Two Lectures in China
Associate Professor of Art Stephen J. Goldberg presented two lectures in the People’s Republic of China in conjunction with the second Chinese Calligraphy Workshop organized by the Calligraphy Education Group (CEG) of the Chinese Language Teachers Association (CLTA). More ...
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