What Happened to The Show Must Go On?
by Ava Borskey While the rest of the world finds ways to open up, high school theaters remain dark. When COVID-19 shut down the theater...
Curated from MC 3002
Pandemic and closings. Racial tensions and police killings. Sexual harassment investigations on campus and student anger. Fake news and mistrust.
When LSU students in a feature-writing class in the spring of 2021 were asked to report and write a first-person experience tied to the news, there wasn’t a moment of writer’s block.
Emotions and words flowed. The result is a time capsule of their anger and fear, their worries and dreams in this extraordinary moment. Each offering is personal and deeply felt. It shows in their writing.
-- Prof. Len Apcar,
Wendell Gray Switzer Jr. Endowed Chair
Professional in Residence