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November is known as National Novel Writing Month, or Nanowrimo for short. Every year, thousands of people participate in Nanowrimo, and attempt to write every single day in November. The goal of Nanowrimo is that hopefully by the end of the month, writers have completed a novel....

On November 15, Dr. Licastro visited the English Club and showed them a virtual reality video experience for the Man Booker Prize Winning novel, Lincoln in the Bardo, written by George Saunders.

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On October 19th, the Greenspring Review collaborated with the English Department and had two Visiting Writers, Jane Lewty and Jacquelin Gorman, read selections from their published works.

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Elizabeth Mayer at her Student Internship at the Havre de Grace Decoy Museum

“What is your current job position, and how has your degree been utilized?”

“Currently, I am a Young Adult Librarian at the Chesapeake City Branch Library in Cecil County. As a librarian, I tackle many tasks including, but not limited to, leading book discussions, creating advertisements, writing monthly progress reports, creating programs for teens, attending conferences and working with the general public....Click here to read more.

Have we grown less empathetic? Is anyone truly normal? What does it mean to be human? These are the topics Dr. Licastro’s Cyborg Apocalypse class grapples with. 

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