Jo Kadlecek, senior communications writer, reads Class Notes on Painting and the Arts by Annie Dillard.
Liesl Smith, director of administration and management for global education, reads On Time by John Milton.
Janis Flint-Ferguson, professor of education and English, reads The Soldier by Rupert Brooke.
Mark Stevick, associate professor of English, reads Why I Am Not a Painter by Frank O’Hara.
Sybil Coleman, program director for the social work program, reads A Psalm of Single Mindedness by Joseph Bayly.
Cathy Thiele, assistant to the provost and academic dean, reads Aunt Annie by Janice King.
Matt Schwabauer, traffic manager, reads his published poem portrait of a young london artist on the piccadilly line .
Emmanuelle Vanborre, assistant professor of French, reads To Hear and To See Are Two Different Things by Jean-Dany Joachim.
June Bodoni, senior director of admissions, reads Love by George Herbert.
Britt Carlson, director of recruitment, reads A Timbered Choir by Wendell Berry.