Did you miss last week's Literature and Language, Live Online? Don't worry! You can still read those poems for comfort and solace here: https://5il.co/fmp2
about 4 years ago, Shelbey Winningham
Congrats to CHS junior Maggie Batson for winning the Hendrix-Murphy Book Award! Check out the other winners and learn more about the award here: https://www.hendrix.edu/hendrix-murphy-book-award-2020.aspx
about 4 years ago, Shelbey Winningham
maggie batson
Head on over and read this press release about the new Hendrix Murphy website and app! https://www.hendrix.edu/murphy-new-website-app.aspx
about 4 years ago, Shelbey Winningham
Got a minute? Take this quick survey about how the humanities are helping people cope with the quarantine (https://nha.iad1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_71bpP6Z8IBJxpCB) and/or share your experience here: https://nha.iad1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_71bpP6Z8IBJxpCB.
about 4 years ago, Shelbey Winningham
Check out this Q&A with Ty Jaeger about his debut novel, "Radio Eldorado": (Link: https://www.hendrix.edu/Tyrone-Jaeger-Radio-Eldorado.aspx)
about 4 years ago, Shelbey Winningham
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Tune in to Teams this Friday (4/24) at 12:10 for this week's LLLO (you can find us on the Hendrix-Murphy Events Channel of the Hendrix Community Events Team). Hope Coulter & Giffen Maupin will be leading "Poems for Solace & Comfort." Bring a favorite poem to share if you like.
about 4 years ago, Shelbey Winningham
solace and comfort
Don't forget to tune in to our first Literature and Language, Live Online event! We can't wait to see you.
about 4 years ago, Shelbey Winningham
Looking for a low-stress way to celebrate National Poetry Month (April)? Check out these podcasts online or wherever you listen to music.
about 4 years ago, Shelbey Winningham
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Hendrix-Murphy is launching an online event series called Literature and Language, Live Online. To attend, join the main Hendrix Community Events Team and watch the Hendrix-Murphy Events channel for LLLO and other events, which you may then join. For our first event, on Friday, April 17, 12:10-1:00 p.m. (the Literature and Language over Lunch time), Dr. Ty Jaeger will discuss his novel Radio Eldorado, just out from Braddock Avenue Books. Send your name to hendrix-murphy@hendrix.edu and you'll be directly invited to join the event.
about 4 years ago, Shelbey Winningham
Radio El
Interested in participating in a virtual reading group for The Things They Carried led by Dr. Vernon on April 20th? Find details on registering and downloading the e-book here: https://cals.org/event/nea-big-read-cals-the-things-they-carried/
about 4 years ago, Shelbey Winningham
the things they carried
We're delighted to share that 32 first year students have been selected for the Murphy Scholars Program. To learn more and browse the Murphy Scholar Class of 2023, click this link: https://www.hendrix.edu/Murphy-Scholars-2023.aspx
about 4 years ago, Shelbey Winningham
Happy Monday, everyone! Are you interested in receiving a curated micro-essay in your inbox every week? Subscribe to "Beautiful Things" by River Teeth Press here: https://www.riverteethjournal.com/online-content/beautiful-things
about 4 years ago, Shelbey Winningham
Attn. Hendrix students, faculty, and staff: Are you interested in becoming part of a virtual community focused on chronicling your experiences during this pandemic? Contact Dr. Jaudon (Jaudon@hendrix.edu) if you are interested in participating.
about 4 years ago, Shelbey Winningham
Journal Invitation
Happy Monday! We at Murphy know that this is an anxiety-inducing time and that social distancing can be lonely. However, we want to assure you that we’re still working to provide resources and sustain our literary and language community. Over the coming days and weeks, we’ll be posting some opportunities for engagement. We hope to help you find comfort and peace of mind through literature and language in this stressful time.
about 4 years ago, Shelbey Winningham
April 1 is the deadline for literature and language projects, and being home-bound is a great time to work on a proposal. Note that summer travel may not be possible. For further details and a full advisory, see the Proposals section of www.hendrixmurphy.org.
about 4 years ago, Hendrix-Murphy
The public lecture by Daína Chaviano, set for Tuesday, March 17, 2020, and all related special events, have been cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns. We hope to reschedule for sometime next year.
about 4 years ago, Hendrix-Murphy
"4-H: Hendrix-Grown Theatre," a playwriting showcase, is still on! 7:30 in Cabe Theatre. In times like these, words, dramatic literature, and storytelling are a way we can cope and prevail—so come out and support these campus playwrights.
over 4 years ago, Hendrix-Murphy
4H flier
Anushka's talk today, the last for a while, was a reminder of how meaningful it is to gather as a community of literature and language lovers. It also bore witness to the vital learning experience of travel abroad. Hendrix-Murphy is committed to resuming both as soon as we can!
over 4 years ago, Hendrix-Murphy
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Please see President Arnold's letter to the Hendrix community regarding college operations in light of COVID-19: https://www.hendrix.edu/coronavirus/.
over 4 years ago, Hendrix-Murphy
In the midst of somber news, we had a little fun today celebrating the launch of a new website powered by Apptegy. Check it out at https://www.hendrixmurphy.org/. You can also download the HendrixMurphy app to stay up-to-date with our events.
over 4 years ago, Hendrix-Murphy
Student workers at launch party
Ready for the reveal