News and Events


 When: Tuesday, April 8, 5-11 PM  

  Where: The Writing Center , Hudson Hall 503

  Who: You and your friends!  

Why: Do you have a history research paper on New Deal America? Maybe a lab report for Bio 103? An ENG 101 documented essay? Maybe a literary analysis of Raisin in the Sun? Are you finding it difficult just to sit down and get started?   Do you need moral support in a room full of others working on papers? Do you like comfortable couches and free food?

Then come to the WRITE ALL NIGHT at the Writing Center!

 What: The Writing Center’s peer and professional tutors will fortify you with FREE pizza & soda, FREE strong coffee , good cheer, and assistance with all writing assignments, including MLA/APA format and those pesky works cited pages. We have computers, reference texts, and helpful handouts on everything from writing a critical analysis to eliminating comma splices.

 For more information, call 431-8095

or stop by Hudson Hall 503

Appointments are strongly suggested but not required.






 The Writing Center invites the DCC community and the public to an exhibit of Erick Stantial’s figure drawings. These drawings, dating from 2013, demonstrate Erick’s expressive and technical skills in a variety of media. His goals were to give life-like presence to his figures in a style of his own. Erick made these works in an independent study under the direction of Pamela Blum.

 March 19-April 30, 2014

Opening reception Wednesday, March 19, 5:00-6:00 p.m.

Hud. 503


New Published Work by Howard Winn  

New poems and a short story by our former English Department chair and colleague

"The History of a School Girl" in The Galway Review

"When The Poet Dies" in The Galway Review

"Race" in The New Verse News

"Crossroads" in The New Verse News

Four recently published poems

Two new poems in The New Verse News