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Graduation & Goodbye (with Hats!)

Many moons have come and gone since our last post on Cellar Door, and for this we apologize– all three of Cellar Door’s current moderators have been preparing to graduate and, on Sunday, all three did the actual graduating thing. … Continue reading

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Enrichment

This past week at the Senior Banquet, the esteemed Jones Lecturers of the Creative Writing Program participated vigorously in the faculty talent show with their collective speed-reading of e.e. cummings’s ‘anyone lived in a pretty how town.’ In addition to … Continue reading

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Event Reminder

Today: 3:00-5:30 pm — ‘What is Narrative?’ in the Terrace Room 5:00 pm — ‘Propositions’ in the Math Courtyard [See previous bloggery for details on both]

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Psych!

This Thursday from 3-5:30 pm in the Terrace Room, Professor Lanier Anderson (of the Philosophy department and the much-beloved Philosophy & Literature course) will moderate a discussion entitled “What is Narrative?” And the discussants are… William Flesch (Brandeis, English) Jonathan … Continue reading

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Theater (Almost) Behind MaJaHa

This Thursday through Saturday (June 4 – 6), Kevin DiPirro’s Devised Theater class will perform a 45-minute, SiCa-sponsored play entitled ‘Propositions’ that treats three of the California propositions that appeared on the ballot in November (gay marriage, animal rights, and … Continue reading

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Fact-Finding Mission

A very pink portrait of Margaret Jacks hangs in the foyer of Margaret Jacks Hall, home of our own esteemed Department of English. But what do we know about Margaret? What indeed? Blog-readers, you have until midnight on Wednesday to … Continue reading

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