Archive | November, 2017

Witness Blanket: Experiencing Rhetoric and Composition in Unexpected Contexts

  By Nadeane Trowse English 374 is entitled Rhetoric and Composition.  We know these words can mean many things and also, dangerously, can mean very little, indeed can be the rhetorical kiss of death to interest or engagement. Students in the Fall semester class of 374 I had the privilege of teaching were open and […]

Rise, Eagle, Rise

A student guest post in response to Cecelia Reekie’s Leadership Lecture on October 11, 2017. This post has been adapted from an assignment in English 310. Photo Credit: Cecelia Reekie, Linkedin By Ginger Ebbett I am truly horrified by our tragic history of Aboriginal relations in Canada, and especially so now that I have witnessed […]