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Slahi’s voice heard through diary

By AMANDA SU – 6 years ago

Courtesy of Donna Aceto Mohamedou Ould Slahií’s voice can just barely be heard from behind the tightly sealed gates of Guantánamo Bay. Although his words passed through the bars al­most…

Hirsch shares poetry collection remembering life of son

By CHARLES LYONS-BURT – 6 years ago

Students, faculty and pedestrians alike flocked to Room 212—the Sanders Classroom Auditorium—mid-afternoon on Saturday, Jan. 31 to hear a renowned guest and literary authority relay his wisdom. The guest was…

Eugenides delivers annual Gifford lecture

By SAMANTHA KOHL – 7 years ago

The mystery behind the other is what makes human existence so tragic and yet beautiful. And it is the quest of the artist to deteriorate the idea of otherness and…

Schwartz moves away from traditional nature poetry

By PILAR SOLOMON-JOHNSON – 8 years ago

April, along with signaling the start of pleasant spring vibes, is National Poetry Month. Luckily, both the gorgeous weather and the proliferation of poetry coincide with poet Leonard Schwartz’s upcoming…