Books & Coffee 2018
Books & Coffee 2018
On the first eight Thursdays of the spring semester, professors from various departments of the University review books from the New York Times ...
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Fall/Winter 2017-2018 Issue Of Valparaiso Poetry Review
Fall/Winter 2017-2018 Issue Of Valparaiso Poetry Review
Please check out the Fall/Winter 2017-2018 issue of Valparaiso Poetry Review, which includes Alexander Long as the featured poet. In addition to Long, 37 other poets are represented. The premiere issue of VPR appeared in 1999, which makes VPR one of the longest running online literary journals. ...
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Winter 2017 Issue Of Valparaiso Fiction Review
Winter 2017 Issue Of Valparaiso Fiction Review
Check out the new release of Valparaiso Fiction Review (Volume 7, Issue 1: Winter 2017)! Thank you to our students who served as editors: Brittany Barrett, Alyssa Boneck, Allison Granat, Rebecca Greaney, Kendall Kartaly, Jessica Martinovic, Scot Sawa, and Natalia Terzic. The new issue and all back ...
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Interview With Prof. Belanger
Interview With Prof. Belanger
Prof. Kelly Belanger's book, Invisible Seasons: Title IX and the Fight for Equity in College Sports, was recently published. Check out this interview with Prof. Belanger at the New Books ...
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Prof. Wagenaar Wins Poetry Book Award
Prof. Wagenaar Wins Poetry Book Award
Prof. Mark Wagenaar's new poetry manuscript has been selected as the winner of the Benjamin Saltman Poetry Award and will be published by Red Hen ...
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Giving It Some Thought: Traditions Of Philanthropy In Practice
Giving It Some Thought: Traditions Of Philanthropy In Practice
Students in Professor Martin Buinicki's Traditions of Giving and Serving in American Life feel especially invested in class discussions as the semester nears its end. That's when they turn theory into practice by giving away $10,000. ...
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