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ZZ Packer advises students to immerse themselves in their writing.

By Christine Loman ’12

Smooth, sonorous, and strong-worded, short story writer ZZ Packer gave a reading as part of the Distinguished Visiting Writers series in September. Packer is the author of the short story collection Drinking Coffee Elsewhere, which was a PEN/Faulkner finalist and a...

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A former student talks about Rod Serling’s lasting impact.

By Conor Harrington '13 and Christine Loman '12

Bill D’Elia ’69 has directed episodes of Law and Order, The West Wing, and Glee, but he still remembers the advice of his mentor Rod Serling.

D’Elia was the keynote speaker...

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Kente cloth weaver demonstrates his art.

By Gillian Smith ’12

On February 15, the second annual Engaging Communities luncheon, hosted by the Office of Human Resources, was held in Emerson Suites. The event offers opportunities for faculty, staff, and...

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Tony Kushner visits IC and teaches a master class.

By Gillian Smith ’12

For some students, taking a one-credit seminar does not occur to them. Add the prospect of working with a world-renowned author, and it’s a no-brainer....

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Thursdays at the Handwerker series inspires student expression.

By Luka Starmer ’11

The tables and nooks at Gannett Library fill up on any given evening like New York’s hippest supper clubs, exuding a deafening roar of academic diligence between the...

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