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Last Friday, Staff Writer Elisha Dura attended Dr. Natalie Adler’s lecture on Harry Denny, a prominent figure in writing studies. The lecture is part of the Undergraduate Writing Program and GSAS Writing Studio’s “Names You Should Know in Writing Studies” lecture series. 

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Earlier this week Bwog contributor and  earner of frequent (lecture) flier miles Fainan Lakha attended a talk given by an author some of you may be familiar with: Richard Rodriguez.  Below is his account: This past Thursday I saw a talk given at Union Theological Seminary by Richard Rodriguez, author of, among several works, an […]

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In Chicago, it’s usually the students who skip class, but now the teachers are on strike. (Chicago Tribune) Journals tend to publish well-written and well-thought out pieces, but the Morningside Review is planning to publish UWriting essays. (Spec) Employees (especially young ones) are generally warned not to be full of themselves, but a new Columbia […]

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