Author Archives: Tonya-Marie Howe

Estudiantes asisten al festival de flamenco

Por: Judy Ortega (en Inglés después del descanso) El 14 de noviembre del 2019, asistí al Festival Flamenco en el Teatro Gala en Washington, D.C., con SP301 en Marymount. Como alguien quien disfruta sumergirse en la cultura España, este evento … Continue reading

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Marymount Majors at the VFIC Women’s Leadership Conference

By Kembry McNeil-Thompson The only way to become a great leader is to take the next step. At the beginning of November, I found myself in Richmond, Virginia, with nearly a dozen other Marymount women, en route to participate in … Continue reading

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Spotlight on Jeidy

Senior English with Secondary Education Licensure student Jeidy Luperon was recently featured in the Arlington Catholic Herald discussing her story of faith and education. Jeidy, who is from the Dominican Republic, is here at Marymount on scholarship, and she plans to attend … Continue reading

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Dr. Rippy awarded NEH stipend for research on Welles

The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) has anounced that Dr. Marguerite Rippy, Professor of Languages and Literature, has been awarded a $6,000 summer stipend for her project “Orson Welles, Macbeth, and Africa: Collective Genius and the Diaspora.” As only one … Continue reading

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Mary Karr, award-winning author, speaks to Marymount students

On April 18, the first day of Easter Break, Marymount students were out in force to hear author Mary Karr talk about writing, trauma, memoir, and more. Spanish minor and Biology major Aya Raihanoune introduced the author. Karr’s first memoir, The … Continue reading

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