Attend a poetry reading by Charlotte Matthews

Matthews promoting a previous poetry reading.

Poet Charlotte Matthews will offer a free reading of selections from her new book Whistle What Can’t Be Said this April on the Missouri University of Science and Technology campus.

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’50 Years of Bogantics’ opens at Leach Theatre

20160129 Jim Bogan Art Show 0005The Campus Art Committee at Missouri University of Science and Technology will host a reception on Feb. 9 for Leach Theatre’s spring art show. The show features pieces by Dr. James J. Bogan Jr., Curators’ Teaching Professor emeritus of art history and film at Missouri S&T, and includes selections from Bogan’s books, poster-art, photography and artifacts from the classroom.

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Free poetry reading at S&T to feature acclaimed poets

Acclaimed poets Katy Didden and Terry Kennedy will read from their works at a poetry reading to be held on the Missouri University of Science and Technology campus this month. Welcoming remarks will be given by Maxwell C. Weiner Professor, Charlotte Matthews.

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Poetry reading by new Weiner Professor at S&T

Matthews Reading 2014 flyerPoet Charlotte Matthews has joined the Missouri University of Science and Technology faculty this spring as the 2014 Maxwell C. Weiner Distinguished Professor of Humanities. She will present a poetry reading at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 28, in the Southwestern Bell Culture Center, 1207 N. Elm. St., in Rolla. The event is open to the public. [Read more…]

For art’s sake

In an ocean of engineers and technological minds, Southwinds, UMR’s literary magazine, is a ship of artistic endeavors, containing stories, poetry, photography and artwork. At the helm is Max Tohline. As editor-in-chief of Southwinds, Tohline is not only passionate about art, creating, and writing; he is passionate about the process, and about encouraging others to be creative. Tohline has been involved in production of the magazine for the past two years, and no one is more surprised by his enthusiasm for leadership than Tohline himself.

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Poet contest winners announced

The winners of UMR’s annual poetry contest were chosen recently from approximately 50 entries. The poets read their works and received awards during the annual UMR English department picnic, held April 29.

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