Congratulations, W&L Seniors

Last night, the department of Writing & Linguistics hosted its fifth annual Senior Reading, on April 26, 2018 in IT 1005 from 6:30 to 8:30pm.

The reading was well attended with faculty, current students and graduating students’ family members.  The readers for the lineup where:

Kat Delhingaro, reading from her novel in progress

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Olivia Hester  reading from a memoir

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Kenneth Lee, reading from a short memoir

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Sarah Maciejewski, reading from a creative nonfiction piece

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Cori Moore, reading poems

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Caleigh Shaw, reading poems

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Congratulations Seniors!  It was a lovely event and all of the faculty in W&L wish you great success in all your endeavors!

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Senior & Alumni News

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Congratulations to our Seniors and recent Alumni for this outstanding news:

  • Kenneth Lee has been accepted into the MFA program in creative nonfiction at WVU
  • Lauren Gagnon has been accepted into the MFA program in fiction at UCF
  • Kasi Bitter has been accepted into the MFA program in fiction at Chatham University
  • Michael Malmberg has been accepted into the MFA program in fiction at Minnesota State University, Mankato
  • Kenley Alligood has been accepted into the MFA program in poetry at Northern Michigan University
  • Kelsey Allman has been accepted into the MFA program in creative nonfiction at Florida Atlantic University
  • Daja Hansel-Coates has been accepted into the MA program in Bilingual and Multicultural Education program at Universidad Alcala in Spain
  • Amanda Mazzillo has been accepted into the MFA program in Dramatic Writing at SCAD

Also, Summer Kurtz’s poetry chapbook, Anthropomorphic (which started as her honors thesis) has been accepted for publication.  The future looks bright – gotta wear sunglasses.

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