Leslie St. John said her classes are intended to help participants find their expression through their body or words.
“Language permeates everything.”
Loverspeak will include a dramatic reading of “Fifty Shades of Grey,” personal works, a reading of “The Raven” and original poetry from Cal poly faculty.
English professors write stuff, too.
Mary Stewart Atwell, a Cal Poly professor and notable author, will be featured in the upcoming event, Conversations with Cal Poly Authors.
A revised edition of the class American novel, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain, is set to be published mid-February that is intended to be less offensive and “cleaner” for the classroom.
The department heads of English and mathematics said they oppose the CSU mandated Early Start program because remediation isn’t a large problem at Cal Poly.
Cal Poly 1974 graduate Jim Kouf shared his path to Hollywood last Thursday as part of the College of Liberal Arts distinguished speakers series.