Department of History and Politics Hosts Annual Constitution Day Luncheon
Marymount University’s History and Politics department allows students to apply what they are learning in the classroom to co-curricular events on campus. One of Marymount’s most popula...

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Ethelbert Miller Reads from His New Book of Poetry
Yesterday E. Ethelbert Miller, a beloved figure on Marymount’s campus, joined us for our biannual poetry series. Miller read from his new book If God Invented Baseball, and discussed the...

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Marymount Students, Faculty, and Staff attend Zadie Smith talk at the Arlington Public Library
“…You will have to take liberties, you will have to feel free to write as you like…even if it is irresponsible. ”— Zadie Smith On the evening of Thursday, Octo...

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First-Year Composition Students Engage in Public Service as a Path to Writing
Marymount's Composition Program introduces all students to the reading, writing, critical thinking, and research skills needed to participate effectively in civic discussions and debates. ...

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Marymount Invites Public to Barry Gallery Opening Oct. 19
Marymount University invites the public to a free opening reception for its its upcoming exhibition, “Barren,” from 6 to 8 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 19 at the Barry Gallery. The exhibit will...

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Students attend play and talkback
On Thursday, September 20th, 15 students in Dr. Rippy's EN321 Modern Drama course went to see South African playwright Athol Fugard's most recent play, The Painted Rocks at Revolver Cr...

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