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What in the world is the World of Writing?
By proclamation of the U.S. Senate a day in October is set aside each year to celebrate the significance of writing in all of our lives. The
World of Writing is the theme selected by The College of Saint Rose to celebrate writing across the globe on this National Day of Writing in 2013.This year The College will celebrate this special day on Thursday, October 17. [ More...]
Check out campus displays
The Writing Across the Curriculum Committee has worked to develop the daytime program and has also created displays to celebrate
The World of Writing. Check out the display cases in The Neil Hellman Library and the Campus Center.
The World of Writing on Facebook
October 17 Schedule of Events
EAC Commuter Lounge
(9:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M.)
Six-Word Memoir: Tell your life story in only a half-dozen words! (" opened my eyes after two decades")
The Writing Wall: Leave your message in crayon for your friends and fellow students (and future generations) to read.
Word Box Creations:
Candy! Giveaways! Raffles!
Science Building, Room 151 (5:00 P.M.)
A Late Afternoon Talk With Rigoberto González
Standish Conference Rooms (7:30 P.M.)
Frequency North with Rigoberto González
Rigoberto González is a poet and author whose works include:
So Often the Pitcher Goes to Water until It Breaks
Other Fugitives and Other Strangers
Black Blossoms [More on González]
Flyer designed by Jeremy Fink (Class of 2015) Click on image for full PDF
Tweet On Writing