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Retired Writing Studies Professor Rob Wittig and Mark Marino were invited to make some pre-launch contributions to a growing database of strategies for teaching with and about Ar
In January 2023, Writing & Medieval Studies professor Lisa Horton, Rhetoric & Writing professor David Beard, and Philosophy professor Jason Ford joined Clare Ford, Aaron Propes, and Peter
Lynn Wohlwend, published a haibun called "At the barre" in "The Other Bunny."  

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Geography program student Tommy Rawlyk augments his work in the classroom with DNR work.

A lifelong interest in the outdoors led Violet Forster to her major in Environment, Sustainability & Geography and minor in Geographic Information Science.

In the interview, Huber talks about the abuse he suffered and the complicated path he has followed, over the years, to finding justice, peace, and healing. 

Local authors Katya Gordon and Shawna Weaver celebrated the recent publication of Weaver’s new book, Climate Grief: From Coping to Resilience and Action