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Cal Poly’s TESL program: Teaching English, changing lives
“Language permeates everything.”
English professor publishes personal memoir
English professors write stuff, too.
'Byzantium' celebrates 24 years with a reading at Sally Loo's
The 24th edition of the English department’s “Byzantium” release included good reads and good food.
Class sizes affect writing skills
Laura Pezzini email@example.com It’s the first day of the quarter and as students sit in the middle of a lecture hall filled with up to 180 others, the English professor announces that all tests, which have previously been essay exams, will now be conducted solely on scantrons, due to class size. While most students are […]
Annual literary magazine turning pens
Cal Poly’s award-winning annual literary magazine “Byzantium” serves as a stepping-stone for serious writers, English professor and “Byzantium” adviser Kevin Clark said. The magazine has turned out award-winning and published poets and fiction writers since its beginning. The magazine began as a senior project back in 1990 by English major Jocelyn Webb. “Byzantium” publishes literary […]
Poet reads from latest book on racial complexities
Renowned poet Wendy Barker read from her latest manuscript entitled “Nothing Between Us: The Berkeley Years” which addresses themes including gender relations, sex, race and love.
Cal Poly professor reads poetry in Philips Hall
Cal Poly professor and award-winning poet Kevin Clark, author of “Self-Portrait with Expletives,” read selections of his poetry at Philips Hall Thursday night.