By Elvira K. Mante When I left Laredo last year, I also left most of my furniture behind. The apartment into which I moved was probably 1/4 of the size of the condo I owned, so I had to decide what was essential for me to have. I own a laptop, and although I love … Continue reading The Importance of Being Comfortable, or The Happiest Day of My Life
By Sabrina C. Zertuche Gone are the days of phone calls and carrier pigeons to make an appointment. The MFDWC has integrated a new system for making appointments; it is in your hands now. We have worked the process down to the following steps. Copy/Paste this link to your browser: https://ollusa.mywconline.com Use your OLLUSA email address … Continue reading New Appointment System for the MFDWC
By Sabrina C. Zertuche Through my many years of school, I dabbled in the realm of creative writing. I mostly wrote essays and research papers about all of the literature I soaked into my mind. I took a few creative writing classes during my studies, but my major focused on analyzing literature. But outside of school, … Continue reading Yes, Even Creative Writing Takes Practice!
The OLLU Mary Francine Danis Writing Center would like to welcome Dr. Kirsten Komara, Ph.D as the new Writing Center Director. Dr. Komara comes to OLLU with a Ph.D. and M.A. in English, and a B.A. in English Literature and Creative Writing. Under her directorship, the MFDWC has been working on expanding our presence in the realm … Continue reading Welcome Dr. Kirsten Komara, Ph. D.
Review by Elvira K. ManteI have read blogs in the past, not too many but here and there, I’ve stumbled onto something that has caught my attention, and thought, “Well, why not?” Similarly, I’ve read a few book reviews just for fun, so today, I venture on my very first blog and book review. Hopefully, … Continue reading Andrea Wears Prada: A Book Review of “The Devil Wears Prada”