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Professors present writing advice

Jolene Nacapuy Sports Editor Faculty members discussed a variety of focused writing topics, from the building blocks for first year writing students, to effective mind habits, during Teaching Day Tuesday in the Campus Center. The event was co-sponsored by the provost’s office, the writing program and the Center for the Advancement of Faculty Excellence to improve students’ writing in different... 

Bernard explores Joyce’s ‘Ulysses’

Bernard explores Joyce’s ‘Ulysses’
Sean Bernard, associate professor of creative writing, shared excerpts of his in-progress novel during his lecture “In Bloom, A Critical and Creative Revisioning of James Joyce’s ‘Ulysses,’” Monday in the President’s Dining Room. Bernard won a $25,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts for his work in fiction writing in 2011. / photo by Hunter Cole Cody Luk Assistant Arts Editor Sean... 

Professor brings Leos enthusiasm

Professor brings Leos enthusiasm
Judy Holiday, assistant professor of writing, enjoys all aspects of nature. When she is in her office she likes to throw peanuts and crackers out the window and onto a ledge to feed squirrels and sparrows that visit there. Holiday earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Delaware, her master’s from Cal State San Bernardino, and her doctorate from Arizona State University. / photo by... 

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, I support student journalists here at La Verne and I support the Campus Times, so I hate to have to voice my complaint, but after reading the March 2 issue I have to say something. Can you please hire a copy editor? A copy editor used to be a necessary staff position at any publication committed to accurate reporting, fact-checking, and the English language – why doesn’t Campus... 

Sean Bernard ‘spins’ research into fiction

Sean Bernard 'spins' research into fiction
Associate Professor of Writing Sean Bernard shared excerpts from his most recent work Monday during his lecture “Gold into Straw: Immigrant Research Spun into Fiction” in the President’s Dining Room on Monday. Bernard used a research grant to study the Basque culture in California and Nevada. The Basque people descend from areas in France and Spain and are most noteworthy for migration and sheepherding... 
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