Senior Portfolio Reading

Hall of Letters Room 100

Seniors majoring in creative writing will share fiction, nonfiction, and poetry during the annual Senior Portfolio/Redlands Review reading at 6 p.m. April 11.

This free event in Hall of Letters 100 is open to the public, and will also include readings from this year’s issue of the Redlands Review, available for purchase that night. Light refreshments will be served, and this year’s winner of the Editors’ Award will be announced.

“This is to honor the seniors who are graduating,” said Starla Strain, administrative assistant with the creative writing department. “We are also going to celebrate the newest issue of the magazine coming out.”

The Redlands Review is not only read on campus, but also by a wider audience.

“A lot of them go out to new, perspective students to bring them into our university,” Strain said. “Admissions uses them, and when people come in if they are interested in creative writing, we give them a free copy.”

For more information, call the creative writing department at 748-8260.

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He is named after Clarence Howe Thurber, University president from 1933-37.

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