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Read Alumna Elizabeth Gutting's New York Times Op-Ed

Read Alumna Elizabeth Gutting's New York Times Op-Ed

Bill Miller honored with Jack Wood Award

Bill Miller honored with Jack Wood Award

Since 2014, the Jack Wood Award for Town Gown Relations has honored individuals, groups, businesses and nonprofits that demonstrate leadership in fostering mutually beneficial relationships between the university and the community.

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Keith Honored with Guggenheim Fellowship

Keith Honored with Guggenheim Fellowship

Sally Keith, poet and faculty member in the Departments of English and Creative Writing, has received a prestigious John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship. The author of four collections of poetry, Keith teaches graduate and undergraduate students.

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The Role of the Poet in Our Times Featuring Jorie Graham

The Role of the Poet in Our Times Featuring Jorie Graham

The Pulitzer Prize and MacArthur Fellowship winning poet will read her own and others' work and speak about the importance of poetry and the humanities in today's world at The Vernon and Margarette Gras Lecture in the Humanities. It takes place on Thursday, April 21st, at 7:30 in the Center For The Arts, Grand Tier III.

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New Leaves Conference Continues Through Thursday, March 24th

New Leaves Conference Continues Through Thursday, March 24th

The conference began Monday night with a reading from Porochista Khakpour, author of two novels, Sons And Other Flammable Objects, a New York Times “Editor’s Choice” book, and The Last Illusion, which was named by NPR as one of the “Best Books of 2014.” Readings and celebrations continue through Thursday.

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