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Student Traces Narrative Psychology Through Young Male Protagonists

Student Traces Narrative Psychology Through Young Male Protagonists

By Taylor Evans from Perspectives What do the characters Pi, Ponyboy, and Holden Caulfield have in common? Besides being the protagonists of three popular novels, they’re also the subject of Spencer Smith‘s student thesis. Smith, an English major in the Honors Tutorial College, examined narrative psychology in young adult literature. The […]

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March 10, 2014 at 7:12 pmResearch

Creative Writing Alum Wins International Book Contest

Creative Writing Alum Wins International Book Contest

Ohio University alum David Armstrong ’02,’11M won 2013 Emergency Press International Book Contest for his manuscript drive/memory. Armstrong earned an M.A. in Creative Writing and Fiction from the College of Arts & Sciences and a B.A., majoring in English and Film Tutorial, from the Honors Tutorial College. “This is David’s second […]

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January 21, 2014 at 10:34 amAlumni Alumni in the News In the News

Food for Thought: Eating with Your Pen: Food Writing as a Gallimaufry of Genres, Nov. 19

Food for Thought: Eating with Your Pen: Food Writing as a Gallimaufry of Genres, Nov. 19

The Food for Thought Speaker Series presents Dr. Eric LeMay ’93 discussing “Eating with Your Pen: Food Writing as a Gallimaufry of Genres” on Tuesday, Nov. 19, at 5 p.m. in Ellis 111. LeMay, Assistant Professor of English in the Ohio University College of Arts & Sciences, will provide a […]

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November 1, 2013 at 2:00 amEvents

‘You’re Not Going to Break Bach… Experiment!’

‘You’re Not Going to Break Bach… Experiment!’

By Natalie Klco ’15 Honors Tutorial College and Physics major studying Music, Ohio University For two weeks this summer in Arcata, California, I shared a love for an instrument whose mere existence is unknown to most. I sat next to an older gentleman from the Arcata community at one of […]

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September 26, 2013 at 8:53 amNews

DNA Barcoding of Medicinal Plants to Help Prevent Misidentification

DNA Barcoding of Medicinal Plants to Help Prevent Misidentification

What would happen if a Pakistani consumer thought she was buying chamomile to help her sleep or hyssop to help with a cough, but instead the herbs were misidentified? “In Pakistan, herbal products are a primary source of medicines, yet quality control for raw plant material sold to individuals or […]

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September 20, 2013 at 8:52 amAlumni Research

Alum’s Creative Writing Career Leapfrogs Ahead

Alum’s Creative Writing Career Leapfrogs Ahead

Congrats to Creative Writing alum David Armstrong ’02, ’11M, whose first book, a story collection called Going Anywhere, won the Leapfrog Press Fiction Contest and will be published in fall of 2014. He just started “seriously writing short stories” about two years ago, and in the last six months he’s […]

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September 11, 2013 at 12:12 pmAlumni Alumni in the News In the News News

‘A Toe into the Sea of Knowledge That Churns Before Me’

‘A Toe into the Sea of Knowledge That Churns Before Me’

By Helen Cothrel ’15 Honors Tutorial College and Physics Major, Ohio University Experimental physics has proven to be a fickle beast, but perseverance in the face of its vicissitudes is rewarding. In the lab this summer, first I had to master the tools, but then I learned the joy of […]

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August 24, 2013 at 3:49 pmIn Class News Research