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Thursday, Oct 02, 2014

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Student Literary Night gives students opportunity to be heard


The University Program Council (UPC) will present a student literary reading at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Front Room in Baker University Center. The event is free and open to the public.

The reading is a way for students to get involved in the following week’s Spring Literary Festival, which runs May 5 through 7. Students from all majors are welcome to read any type of their written work—from poetry to short stories; articles to blog posts. It is a great opportunity for students to get their work heard by other students and actively participate in the annual Spring Literary Festival.

Creative writing student Emily Koenig, will be reading a short story she wrote for an English class about a marriage that is falling apart due to the wife’s need to over-analyze everything. Another student, Ami Ionnone, is scheduled to read as well. Ionnone is an English major working on her poetry thesis.

The event is supported by the Department of English, Program in Creative Writing and Arts for Ohio.

All students are welcome to participate, as well as faculty and staff. Anyone interested can e-mail Samantha Fink at Samantha.C.Fink@gmail.com.