April 30: “I Am, O Anxious One”

Liesl Smith, director of administration and management for global education, reads I Am, O Anxious One by Rainer Maria Rilke.

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April 29: “Broken Symmetry”

Matt Schwabauer, traffic manager, reads Broken Symmetry by Jack Ridl.

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April 28: “Sonnet To Rupert Brooke”

Janis Flint-Ferguson, professor of education and English, reads Sonnet To Rupert Brooke by John Gillespie Magee, Jr.

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April 27: “What We Need Is Here”

Britt Carlson, director of recruitment, reads What We Need is Here by Wendell Berry.

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April 26: “Ethics Ran High in our Home”

Sybil Coleman, program director for the social work program, reads Ethics Ran High in our Home by Marilee Zdenek.

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April 25: “If Though Could’st Empty All Thyself of Self”

June Bodoni, senior director of admissions, reads If Though Could’st Empty All Thyself of Self by Sir Thomas Browne.

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April 24: “If You Forget Me”

Cathy Thiele, assistant to the provost and academic dean, read If You Forget Me by Pablo Neruda.

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April 23: “Spring Poem”

Jonathan Gerber, assistant professor of psychology, reads Spring Poem by Allison Gerber.Gerber_Jonathan_2010_08_31_10_26_38

 

April 22: “The Woodcarver”

Val Gin, professor of recreation and leisure studies, reads The Woodcarver by Chuang Tzu.

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April 21: “En Esta Pagina”

Moises ParkMoises Park, Assistant Professor of Spanish, reads “En Esta Pagina” by Chilean poet Amante Eledin Parraguez