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Fine and Performing Arts offers master class, students perform

Amity Radcliff February 15, 2017 0

Feb. 5, the Fine and Performing Arts Department held a master class by composer Lori Laitman. Described by “Fanfare Magazine” as “one of the most talented and intriguing of living composers,” Laitman has composed

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Art exhibit follows ‘political progression,’ uses diverse media

Art exhibit follows ‘political progression,’ uses diverse media

Amity Radcliff February 2, 2017 0

The Zug-John W. Hess Gallery hosted an opening reception for Cheryl Harper “Responses to Life as I Know It” Thursday, Jan. 19. Harper is a studio artist, art historian, print maker and sculptor who

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Award-winning author leads interactive writing workshop

Amity Radcliff November 17, 2016 0

Monday, Nov. 14, Bowers Writers House hosted a craft talk and evening reading with author Jeffrey Ethan Lee. Lee is a fiction and poetry writer who has written many award-winning books, including “identity papers,”

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Professors discuss struggles of translating original works

Amity Radcliff November 3, 2016 0

The Bowers Writers House held an event Monday, Oct. 24 about the process of translation. Dr. Brian Newsome, Dr. Vanessa Borilot and Dr. Mark Harman spoke about their experiences with translation. Newsome talked about

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