Short Feature


October 6, 2005
I cannot eulogize New Orleans. I can’t adequately describe the unique culture or the wonderful quirkiness that the flood waters of Hurricane Katrina washed away when they inundated the city last month. Nor can I begin to convey the horror that those waters ushered in — the swamped buildings and shattered windows, the bodies floating, »
Short Feature

The Writing Life

November 17, 2004
When Elisha Cooper ’93 applied to Fred Strebeigh’s nonfiction writing course in the fall of his senior year, he had no intention of turning writing into a career. He’d taken another writing course — Daily Themes — the previous spring and liked it well enough to try another, but unlike many of his fellow applicants »