Monthly Archives: October 2019

Journalism in and Outside of the Classroom

Monica Sager, a Clarkie and Her Campus journalist, talks about her writing experience in and around Clark. Sophomore year of high school, I decided to take Journalism 101. I wasn’t expecting to follow it as a career. I just wanted to improve my writing. I was the nitpicker of the class. We would all correct…

An Interview with Professor Senquiz on her Spring ’20 Course, Toni Morrison

Olivia Simonds’s interview with Professor Senquiz on her upcoming Spring 20′ Course, Toni MorrisonI got the chance to ask Professor Senquiz some guiding questions about her upcoming spring course, Toni Morrison, where she discusses how her class will honor the literary legacy Morrison has left behind. O.S: Can you talk briefly about yourself? (Personal projects/passions,…

An Interview with Professor Blake on her Spring ’20 Course, Reading Voraciously: Food and Literature in the 20th Century

Olivia Simonds’s interview with Professor Blake on her upcoming spring course, Reading Voraciously: Food and Literature in the 20th Century.I got the chance to ask Professor Blake some guiding questions about her upcoming spring course, Reading Voraciously: Food and Literature in the 20th Century, where she discusses the ways in which students can think critically about…

Welcome to the freshman class of 9/11

This essay was published by The Washington Examiner: https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/op-eds/welcome-to-the-freshman-class-of-9-11 This is the first day in 18 years that I didn’t spend 9/11 in New York City. It was the first time nothing took place at my school. The first time people didn’t even bring it up. The first time no one seemed to remember what…