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Masters in Liberal Arts [clear filter]
Tuesday, April 24
 

5:30pm PDT

What is Lost
What is Lost is a collection of poetry, creative non-fiction and fiction  that explores grief and the many forms it takes. The pieces included in this collection are small fragments, each one a glimpse of the beauty, terror and empathy we discover as we arrive at the edge of loss. Where there is shadow, there is also light. Where there is grief, there is also gratitude. It is in our search for what has been lost, that we discover, in the end, the fragility of being alive.

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Tuesday April 24, 2018 5:30pm - 5:50pm PDT
Laurel Forum

5:50pm PDT

Finding Home: Rediscovering Place through Creative Nonfiction
Using personal essays and memoir this creative project is a rediscovery of Manning, South Carolina. Through an exploration of white male youth, community and familial relationships in the rural South Finding Home portrays the complexities of small town life. Finding Home is a search for clarity and perspective that acknowledges the mystery of memory.  

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Tuesday April 24, 2018 5:50pm - 6:10pm PDT
Laurel Forum

6:10pm PDT

Masters in Liberal Arts
Moderators
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Tuesday April 24, 2018 6:10pm - 6:30pm PDT
Laurel Forum

6:30pm PDT

Masters in Liberal Arts
Students pursing the portfolio graduation option will each present a paper from their portfolio or a substantial overview of their individualized program of study in the Master of Liberal Arts and Sciences program


Tuesday April 24, 2018 6:30pm - 7:50pm PDT
Laurel Forum