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The Lion's Roar

The influence of women in literature

Dr. Sarah Schillage-Truxillo, instructor of English, focused on literature by women in antiquity for her part on the panel in the Sims Memorial Library. The panel included faculty from the Department of English to discuss topics related to Women's History Month.

Zachary Araki, Assistant Editor

March 28, 2019

In celebration of Women's History Month, faculty members from the Department of English stimulated discussions about the influence of feminism and works of literature by women. Dr. Sarah Schillage-Truxillo, instructor of English, Randall Frederick, lecturer of English, Bruce Craft, instructor of English,...

Training the teachers of tomorrow

Paula Calderon, dean of the College of Education, reviews files in her office. She and Payton Bryant, university alumna and a teacher at Luling Elementary School, went to Washington, D.C. for discussions about preparing teachers for their career.

Zachary Araki, Assistant Editor

February 27, 2019

Dr. Paula Calderon, dean of the College of Education, and Payton Bryant, university alumna and a teacher at Luling Elementary School, visited Washington, D.C. at the invite of Betsy DeVos, United States secretary of education, to brainstorm about preparing teachers for the classroom. Calderon described...

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