Every year Alpha Nu hosts a Fireside Reading. We pick a theme and then tell campus to come to the Clark Alumni House to read stories and drink apple cider. Anyone can bring anything that fits the theme: either something they've personally written or something they haven't written. This year the theme was Horror on the Homestead. We had a lovely turnout, lots of English faculty, Dr. Bob (he's from the Rhetoric department), and students! Ann Struthers (Professor of poetry) read some of her poems, Kobe read The Lottery by Shirley Jackson, Whitney read a poem she had written, and Colin read A Rose for Emily by William Faulkner. It was a fun, literary night. Check out some photos taken by Emily, a fellow Writing Center consultant.
|Ann being festive!|