Professor and Students Explore Culture and Identity at Local Play

Associate Professor Chalet Jean-Baptiste took her English Literature students to see a play, “Native Gardens” at the Arena Stage Theater in Washington, D.C., on October 27. From the outrageous mind of playwright Karen Zacarías, who also wrote “Destiny of Desire,” comes this hot new comedy about the clash of class and culture that pushes well-meaning neighbors over the edge. Tania, a very pregnant Ph.D. candidate, … Continue reading Professor and Students Explore Culture and Identity at Local Play

Loudoun Instructor Gives Students a Reason to Write

English instructor Robyn Russo is the visionary behind the Loudoun’s student newspaper, The Loudoun Lantern. She has made extraordinary contribution to help students develop their writing skills in a very tangible way. “My own experience as a college student was heavily shaped by my work on the university’s paper,” Russo said. “It is really where I learned to write.” The Lantern’s goal is to create … Continue reading Loudoun Instructor Gives Students a Reason to Write