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Our Words on the Water poetry night is today at 6-7 pm at the Turtle Pond! The link to sign up to read your poem is in the description. This can be your original work or any poem you particularly enjoy. Theme: Rebirth and Growth.
Each semester, Liberal Arts Council offers a travel scholarship to commuter students to help offset the costs of gas, parking, and rideshare services for students. This scholarship was created in memory of Allison McCarty, a dedicated commuter student who served as the Editor-in-Chief of The Liberator, a member of the Liberal Arts Council executive board, a star writer for Afterglow, a radio host for KVRX and, above all else, an amazing friend. The award winner is selected by members from Liberal Arts Council.
Poetry night is Wednesday, December 1st at the Dies Center from 6-7 PM! All are welcome to read your own poetry or just sit back and enjoy.
“I don’t remember the day I was born, the days leading up to my birth, or the days just after. I mean—obviously. But the stories I’ve been told about my entrance into the world feel so real it’s as if I was there, which, I suppose, I was. It’s a strange, but poignant bit of irony that for me, “my” birth stories tell me little, specifically, about myself.”