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The University will open today at 10 a.m. Classes will begin at 10:30 a.m. Winterterm on-campus classes with start times prior to 10:30 a.m. will meet beginning at 10:30 a.m. while remaining on-campus and all online classes will meet at their scheduled times.

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How To Read and Write a Poem: A Workshop for Students


Posted 10/17/2017
Submitted by Nels Highberg
Category: Student Announcements
Come for the Poetry, Stay for the Poetry!

Come for the Poetry, Stay for the Poetry!

Do you love poetry and wish you could find other students who do, too?
 
Do you wish you could understand why those who love poetry love it like they do?
 
Join Nels P. Highberg, associate professor of English and modern languages in the College of Arts and Sciences, in this hands-on workshop. We'll read poems students have told him they love and practice a couple of writing exercises that show you how poets do their work.
 
(But don't worry. No one will be expected to share anything they don't want to share!)
 
Bring your laptop, your notebook, and your curiosity about how we use words to create representations about our world
 
Tuesday, October 24, in Hillyer 207, from 12:30-1:30 p.m.
Come for the Poetry, Stay for the Poetry!

Come for the Poetry, Stay for the Poetry!