Short Feature


October 6, 2005 • 0
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 • 13
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 »