In student news, Raul Palma (MAWP), has had a short story accepted for publication at Saw Palm Literary Journal, a publication based out of the University of South Florida’s English Department. Raul’s story, “Obsolescence,” was written in Professor Gautier’s Mentor’s in Craft workshop during the spring term. It will appear in the 7th issue of Saw Palm. Congratulations, Raul!
Saw Palm was established in 2006 by graduate students in the MFA Program in Creative Writing at the University of South Florida. Each issue offers an eclectic collection of stories, essays, poems, book reviews, and visual art richly situated in the heart of Florida. Contributors featured in Saw Palm range from Nobel laureates and prizewinners to the best in up-and-coming writers—many of which first published here. You can read more about them at sawpalm.org/about-us.
This week, universities throughout the country celebrate Adult Student Week, and the DePaul Office of Adult Student Affairs will be holding a special Adult Student Week event on the Lincoln Park campus tomorrow, November 6th from 3-5:30 p.m. in the Student Center Room 316. All graduate students are invited to stop by and learn about their Quarterly Scholarships, Professional Development Fund and adult student organization (P.A.S.S., Professional Adult Student Society). Refreshments will be served. See the flyer for more information.