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Patricia Highsmith Film Screening and Panel

The students of Dr. Howe’s Major Writers: Patricia Highsmith class would like to extend an invitation to our upcoming Patricia Highsmith Film Fest. The film fest will include a short documentary about Highsmith, a presentation of The Talented Mr. Ripley, … Continue reading

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The Awe of Research

Yesterday, students of Dr. Peebles’s EN 501: Building Textual Interpretation class traveled to the Library of Congress. Having the world’s largest library in Marymount’s backyard is certainly advantageous, considering that Dr. Peebles’s students have an upcoming research database project and … Continue reading

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Tim O’Brien Reading

National Book Award Winner Tim O’Brien will be here Thursday April 21st! O’Brien will read from his famous “novel” The Things They Carried.  Come hear him speak at 12:30 in Reinsch Auditorium. A reception and book signing will follow in … Continue reading

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A Couple Invitations to Class Final Presentations

With the semester winding down, students are gearing up for finals! Dr. Karapetkova and Dr. Howe extend open invitations to listen to their students’ final presentations. On Monday, December 13th, Dr. Karapetkova’s EN/HUM 501 class, Building Text Interpretations, will present … Continue reading

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MU FilmFest

On April 16th, students from EN220 presented the second annual MU FilmFest. This year’s theme was Autism Awareness, and the event included a film showing of Max Meyer’s “Adam,” a coming of age film about a young man living with … Continue reading

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