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Who doesn't love a good picture book? We say goodnight to the cow jumping over the moon in the great green room. We hop off a shelf and join a small teddy bear in green overalls (with a missing button) in search of a home and a friend. We sail in and out of weeks and almost over a year. Ah, the memories. But as I've learned over the past seven years while teaching PWR 2 (Once Upon a Cause: Creating Picture Books for... Read More

Instructor News

Ashley Newby co -authored a chapter in Celebrating Twenty Years of Black Girlhood: The Lauryn Hill...

Activity Showcase

A pile of paper zines from the 1980s and 1990s, exhibiting subversive titles
Overview: Students create "mini-zines" to help them conceptualize the organization and structure of...

Student Spotlight

Three students talk to each other in a classroom, laptops out. They look at one of the laptop screens and smile.
In this issue, we’re pleased to feature a Notation in Science Communication student who was awarded...

Up Close with Student Winners

In this issue, we're spotlighting the winners of the Spring 2018 Lunsford Awards. They will be...

Coordinator's Corner

By Cassie Wright Sharp slide decks, moving vocal delivery, timely argument, exceptional evidence...

Writing Specialist Confidential

An image of Kevin DiPirro, lecturer in PWR.
One of the most exciting projects I’ve had a chance to work on in my role as specialist for STS has...

Teachers, Writers, Scholars

In her free time, Gigi loves to enjoy the big trees at Armstrong Woods with her wife, Heather Cox,...

Instructional Innovations and Inspirations

A tape recorder from the 1960s
Over the course of this past year, I have been on a mission to better understand the institutional...

Committee Updates

Pictured above: The 2018-2019 Curriculum Committee. Missing from the photo - Angela Becerra...

Rhetoric from the Field

“If we look closely and engage in rhetorical listening, we can find precarious spaces located in...

Spotlight on WIM

Two students stand in front of a wall of mind maps on post-it notes. One points to a map on the wall.
Image courtesy of Sally Kim. To observe the enzyme activity that contributes to tumor proliferation...

Beyond the Farm

We recently had the opportunity to interview Shay Brawn about her work with Aunt Lute Books, a...