The New Millenium (NMW) mission to promote vibrant imagery, word-craft and pure story-telling talent continues. NMW promotes new and emerging writers of fiction, poetry, and nonfiction by showcasing their works alongside profiles and interviews of famous writers, and through generous awards that have totaled more than $150,000.
Jeanne Foster was selected a finalist in the Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival's Poetry Contest 2015. Judge Vijay Seshadri, Pulitzer Prize winner 2014, chose her manuscript "From Your Form Became My Own" as one of nine finalists. As a finalist she is invited to participate in the Tennessee Williams Literary Festival held in New Orleans, March 25-29.
Come hear true stories of hope and freedom related to Sex Trafficking in America which is much bigger than you realize! We view the film "In Plain Sight" a documentary telling the stories of women and children being exploited by this epidemic.
We will be starting our Monday noontime faculty & staff yoga sessions for the Spring Semester on February 9, 2015. The first session will be free so that you can sample a class before making a commitment for the entire semester.
Our instructor is Dari Sylvia who has been with us for several years and leads a session appropriate for all levels.
Noon on Wed, Jan 14, marks one week since the tragic and senseless shooting of innocent people in Paris.We invite you to come together as a campus community to acknowledge this terrible event and pray for the end of terrorism and hate around the world.We will begin in silence following the noon bells in front of the Chapel.All are welcome.