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English Division Blog for May 1, 2016

Today is May Day, to be observed according to your cultural, religious, and political inclinations.

This is a long blog and the last one of the 2015-2016 season. Thank you all for contributing and reading. Please catch us again in September.

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English Division Blog for April 17, 2016

Tomorrow is Patriots' Day in Massachusetts; the Boston Marathon will be run.

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College Lecture Series

English Division Blog for April 3, 2016

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English Division Blog for March 20, 2016

Welcome back to the second half of the semester and the first day of spring!

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Writers Project

English Division Blog for February 28, 2016

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Writers Project

Reminder: Ray O’Conor will be reading from his book She Called Him Raymond on Wednesday, March 2 at 12:30 in Scoville Auditorium. For more information about O’Conor, his career, and his writing, see his website.

(photo from the website).

 

English Division Blog for February 14, 2016

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English Division Blog for January 31, 2016

Welcome back to the Spring Semester 2016! Please remember that you may need to click "read more" to see the entire blog.

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Writers Project

Novelist James Scott will be the first reader in the Spring 2016 Writers Project series. Scott will read on Wednesday, February 10 at 12:30 p.m. in the Visual Arts Gallery in Dearlove Hall.

English Division Blog for December 6, 2015

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Cross-Curricular:  Intermediate Photography Exhibition Focus XIV

English Division Blog for November 22, 2015

Today is the 52nd anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

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Faculty Lecture Series

English Division Blog for November 9, 2015

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Exhibit

Professor Emeritus William Weiss exhibits his collage work and paintings in the Visual Arts Gallery from November 19 to February 4. Weiss’s artist’s statement acknowledges his debt to his teacher, William Burroughs, and continues:

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