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Student Work


Stories

Sage Green ’21 (right)

The Puppet Play

Sage Green ’21 brings theater to the community with “The Puppet Play,” a devised theater project she wrote and brought to life in collaboration with high school students.

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In the summer of 2019, Writing on Two Wheels used biking to spark writing projects. This year, a summer like no other provided ample prompts.

Writing Wherever You Are

An intensive writing course with a history of experimentation embraced the summer of 2020 and its many challenges.

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The busy streets of Galway City in Ireland.

The Quiet Moments In-Between: My Brief But Spectacular Time In Ireland

On March 16, 2020—the day before St. Patrick’s Day—Meg Kulikowski’21 watched Ireland disappear from the window of an almost empty Aer Lingus plane. It seemed like an abrupt end to her study abroad experience, but was it?

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Poster for the Green Romanticism virtual exhibit.

Art, Nature, and the Anthropocene

How should humans relate to their environment? Are we a part of “nature”? These questions are urgent today, as we face the effects of climate change shaped by human actions. As Tamara Ketabgian’s students show in a new virtual exhibit, we are far from the first to ask them.

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Fran and Reese write poetry about hell

During the Sanger Summer Research Program, Reese’18 and Professor Francesca Abbate worked on poetry inspired by the personal hells that people often carry inside of themselves. It’s not as dark as it sounds - we promise!

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Eight students in the 2019 Beloit Summer Blocks course “Writing on Two Wheels” are combining creative writing with bicycling to explore the community of Beloit and the area beyond it. The ride is lead by English Professor Chuck Lewis.

Writing on Two Wheels

Eight students in the 2019 Beloit Summer Blocks course “Writing on Two Wheels” combined creative writing with bicycling to explore the community of Beloit and the area beyond it. The pedaling poets stopped at a variety of field destinations for “plein air” writing exercises. This ride, led by English Professor Chuck Lewis, took them on a 20-mile loop west of town to Beckman Mill. For their final project the students created a collaborative website of their work.

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