1945 by Yale Katz

Last night, Yale Katz shared his story “1945” with us in the Writing Center! Here is an excerpt: If you wanted to find a way to learn more about your past or your family’s past, how would you do it? Would you go through records? Would you ask your parents? There are quite a few […]

The Exit Sign by EB Newlon

Woken up with a loud bang. The earth shakes and quivers. I hear a loud roar and rumble just outside. As I wake up with a start, I see dust and debris coming down on me. Then I see a huge monster with skin an onyx black with jagged teeth. Tearing at my house, it […]

Lunch with Dr. Nesbitt

On Thursday, February 17th, Peer Writing Center Consultants Dustin Opper and Braden Walter enjoyed a warm and insightful lunch with literature professor Dr. Nesbitt as part of the Lunch with Professors program. Here is what Braden wrote about the experience: Ms. Le, Mr. Opper, and I recently had lunch with the elusive Dr. Nesbitt. During […]

♣ Happy Saint Patrick’s Day!!!

Saint Patrick is most known for driving the snakes from Ireland. It is true there are no snakes in Ireland, but there probably never have been – the island was separated from the rest of the continent at the end of the Ice Age. As in many old pagan religions, serpent symbols were common and […]