Monday, 22 Mar 2021
"Facing Our Truth: Student Monologues on Race and Privilege," directed by Tiffany Johnson, ISU Theatre artist in residence. Students will share original monologues reflecting on their experience being part of the cast in part to incite discussion in our collective communities around these issues.
The Writing and Media Center invites you to a virtual panel featuring three published writers sharing insight into processes such as writing book proposals, negotiating contracts, and securing work as a freelance writer. Panelists will also be asked to share their advice for aspiring writers and to answer questions from the audience.
Dr. Doug Biggs will cover a contentious period of ISU's early history: when students bucked requirements to get their food from campus. The battle of wills between the administration and the student body lasted 14 years! Come learn what the issues and the solution were.