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Koa Beck is smart

I want to share an article with you. It was written by Koa Beck and published in The Atlantic on December 31, 2015. I was directed to it for work reasons earlier this spring and have read it several times since. 1,432 more words

I Stole This

Summer 2: Women in Literature

Germantown, ENGL208, Summer 2

  • ENGL 208: Women in Literature
  • 3 credit hours
  • 5-week course, July 11- August 11, 2016
  • Mondays through Thursdays, 10:30 a.m. through 12:25 p.m.
  • 79 more words
Summer Courses 2016

One Empathizes

After great pain, a formal feeling comes–
The Nerves sit ceremonious, like Tombs;
The stiff Heart questions was it He, that bore,
And Yesterday, or Centuries before? 57 more words

Borne Away

Borne out of time

And land and fame

Calling forth

Alighting blame

Locked in fate

Drafted shame

For well she knew

Upon this wise

To speak of grace… 9 more words


Blackout Poetry: The Female Lead

a monstrous female brings out the best

an extraordinary woman displaces the whole story

“taming” a woman, is in reality a show to the audience… 13 more words


What's with Ophelia Anyway?

Hamlet. We all read it at some point during high school, and it turned out to be one of my personal  favorites out of Shakespeare’s plays. 613 more words

Women In Business

International Women's Day/Celebrations: Judith Kerr

If 2016 has taught me anything (other than how irritating election and referendum rhetoric is), it’s that you should never take people whose work you like for granted, because one day they’ll be dead and you’ll be paying tribute alongside everyone else who had forgotten to pay tribute in the previous 40 years, wondering why you never celebrated their work before. 161 more words

Indifferent Ignorance