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Archive for June, 2010

  • Weeks Three and Four

    The second half of SILCS has gone by very quickly. Dr. Betty Neal Crutcher of Wheaton College spoke to the students on Wednesday, June 16 about mentoring and their plans for the future. The next day, Drs. Sam and Alex Vasquez (from Dartmouth College and Wheaton College, respectively) spoke about their life as a couple in higher ed. That day was also the last day of classes for the students. Read more to see what else we were up to. More »
  • Week Two

    We have officially passed the halfway point of SILCS 2010. The past week has been quite busy. Dr. Ania Loomba from the University of Pennsylvania arrived on Monday to speak to the students about her research. On Wednesday, staff member Mecca Sullivan flew to England to present her short story “Sererie” at the Dissident Citizenship: Queer Postcolonial Belonging conference at the University of Sussex. Congratulations, Mecca. More »
  • Week One

    Nineteen students and staff converged on Wheaton College campus this week for the start of SILCS 2010. Everyone arrived on Saturday, May 30, to some gorgeous weather on campus. Read more to see what we were up to. More »