Beyond the Farm

Jun 9, 2021
This quarter, one of my student’s presentations starts with the now very common and exigent question: “What is your pandemic hobby?”
Mar 17, 2021
For this issue of Beyond the Farm, we caught up with our new colleague, Kath Rothschild, to ask her about her new novel, Wider than the Sky and her ongoing plans as a novelist.
Dec 2, 2020
Four brand-new lecturers joined PWR this fall. The PWR team has seen their faces in September Sessions and program meetings, now here’s your chance to get to know them beyond the Zoom room!
Aug 30, 2020
For this issue of the newsletter, we spoke to PWR’s Student Services Officer, Lisa Ramee.
Jun 11, 2020
The PWR Newsletter crew had a chance this spring to talk to Raechel Lee about her hummingbird photographs, which she shares regularly through her Instagram account @1000xperminute.
Mar 24, 2020
One thing you might not know about PWR Lecturer Harriett Jernigan if you haven't had a chance to talk to her, is her passion for storytelling. Since 2015, she’s been sharing her stories with larger audiences, hosting a bilingual history podcast an
Dec 9, 2019
It’s no secret that I love radio and podcasts.
May 29, 2019
For this issue of Beyond the Farm, we hear from Tom Freeland about his work beyond the Oral Communications Program -- in this case as the director for a student production of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf.
Mar 5, 2019
We recently had the opportunity to interview Shay Brawn about her work with Aunt Lute Books, a multicultural women's press. Q: What is Aunt Lute and how have you been involved?
Nov 19, 2018
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