This month is Diabetes Awareness Month and one author that we know who lives with diabetes is Anne Rice. After living for years, not having any problems, she suddenly was struck with Type 1 diabetes, without recognizing the symptoms. Continue reading “Quote of the Week | Anne Rice”
One of our students and past Graduate Assistant, Rachael Kelly, went to an event this weekend. Read more about her experience at the Book Club Brunch hosted by Hachette Book Group!
Last week on October 3rd, Pace University hosted the Comics & Culture Panel: Those Who Can, Teach.
One of our graduate students, Ayana Underwood, attended and wrote about her experience while there:
I may be slightly biased because anything (literally anything) that has to do with comics is something I’ll never miss—unless I’m dead of course and even then … maybe! Continue reading “Comics & Culture Panel: Those Who Can, Teach”
With midterms right around the corner, it’s a good idea to get some motivation from some wonderful authors and poets. E. E. Cummings has some wonderful quotes about perseverance:
“To be nobody but yourself in a world which is doing its best, night and day, to make you everybody else – means to fight the hardest battle which any human being can fight; and never stop fighting.”
A Professor at Purdue, a writer, and an activist, Roxane Gay wears many hats. Best known for her novels Bad Feminist, Hunger, and most recently, World of Wakanda, Roxane is an inspiration for all writers. Continue reading “Quote of the Week | Roxane Gay”