[Published by Trinity News, January 27, 2016 Link to full article here.] Another year has gone by and Salinger’s unpublished works remain a mystery to the public; how long will his literary estate keep this up? And is posthumous publication ever really unjustifiable? Imagine this: it’s 2005 and J.D. Salinger is seated in his small shed nestled... Continue Reading →

What This Nobel in Literature Really Means

[Published by Trinity News, October 28, 2015 Link to full article here.] When Belarusian writer Svetlana Alexievich won the Nobel Prize in Literature last week, I immediately received word of the achievement from a friend on Twitter. She tweeted to me, “LIT JOURNO NOBEL!!!” to which I replied, “AND A WOMAN!!!” To say the least, we were... Continue Reading →

Saint Mary’s Father Inspires Message of Hope

[Published by The Observer, October 14, 2014 Link to full article here.] As the capstone event of Support a Belle, Love a Belle (SABLAB) week at Saint Mary’s, Tom Seeberg, the father of Elizabeth “Lizzy” Seeberg, addressed the College community in a lecture titled “Believe – Giving Witness to Hope,” in Carroll Auditorium on Thursday evening. Seeberg was a... Continue Reading →

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