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The Lion's Roar

Manchac Live will be replaced online by Manchac Writing Month

Students gather in the university’s Writing Center to share work and practice their skills. Some of their work is published in the Manchac Review and can be showcased at Manchac Live.

Gabrielle Wood, Staff Reporter

March 19, 2020

Manchac Live will be replaced by Manchac Writing Month. Each semester, students are able to showcase their talents of writing and singing through Manchac Live, a series of open mic events hosted by the university’s English department. This year’s Manchac Live was scheduled for Thursday, March 19 in D V...

A desire for getting published

Roosevelt White, a freshman art major, reads “The Manchac Review” at the Writing Center. The creative magazine is published annually, and students with any major can submit their applications.

Prakriti Adhikari, Staff Reporter

April 2, 2019

Students interested in creative writing can have their articles published through the university’s annual journal. “The Manchac Review” showcases works from students across campus in three main genres: fiction, poetry and drama. Editor of “The Manchac Review” Samantha Reine, a graduate st...

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