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Digital Writing & Narrative Design: A New Degree for the New Economy

Most college-aged students today have grown up with digital devices, but how many are really ready for the demands of writing and communicating in the 21st century job market? Now, more than ever, writing – especially writing adapted to digital … Continue reading

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Outdoor Movie Screenings for EN350: The American Dream

This past Fall, Dr. Zaleski, a Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow at Marymount, supplemented her upper-level LT2 course on The American Dream with a collection of outdoor film screenings to both develop community and share course content in the pandemic, which as … Continue reading

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Books, books, everywhere!

By Alicia Hobson Did you know that picture books are simultaneously the oldest and newest ways to tell stories? Imagine this: you walk into a bookstore and head straight to your favorite section. There, you find your absolute favorite titles, … Continue reading

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New Class! The Experience of Poetry

By Alicia Hobson The Literature and Languages Department has been working extra hard to offer their students many new opportunities to tailor their education to individual interests. For the Spring 2021 semester, Dr. Holly Karapetkova, Arlington’s current Poet Laureate has … Continue reading

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Reacting to the Past

Last month, students in Honors 101 immersed themselves in politics and the food pyramid to prepare for three class periods of debate. The newest addition to the course included Reacting to the Past, a role-playing game that gave students the … Continue reading

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