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Paulson-McEwen ’04 Publishes Poetry

Dina2In a debut described as “bewitching” and “visceral” by critics, Dina Paulson-McEwen ’04 explores the complexities of loving in her upcoming collection Parts of love. “It is impossible to read her work and…
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Examining Work of Sylvia Plath

Plath_1American writer Sylvia Plath is best known for her poems and semi-autobiographical book The Bell Jar, but her translation of Rainer Maria Rilke’s 1907 poem “Ein Prophet” provides unprecedented insight…
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The Poetry of Paige ’19 Featured in New Book

In October, Dianna Paige, a sophomore Psychology and “Mental Health and Society” double-major, had the honor of joining a prominent group of mental-health professionals invited to present at the 2016 East House Recovery Conference. East House, a private Rochester non-profit, provides recovery services and programs for individuals in recovery from mental illness and substance use disorders.
Jamie S. Bodenlos, Ph.D

 Dianna Paige ’19 has been an advocate for young people facing mental health issues since high school. Now, the psychology major and public policy and child advocacy double minor is engaged…
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Seneca Review, Trias Program, HWS Writers Collaborate

Babbitts Class“The writing community at HWS is extraordinarily lucky,” says Assistant Professor of Writing and Rhetoric and English Geoffrey Babbitt. “With the Trias Residency for Writers we have, for an institution…
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Seneca Review Selects Winner of Inaugural Book Prize

trabold_erica 3Erica Trabold’s Five Plots is the winner of the inaugural Seneca Review Deborah Tall Lyric Essay Book Prize. “What I admire about Five Plots is the complexity with which it grapples with…
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