Monthly Archives: June 2019

An Interview with Octavio Solis

Octavio Solis is a playwright and director. His works include Mother Road, Quixote Nuevo, Hole in the Sky, Alicia’s Miracle, Se Llama Cristina, John Steinbeck’s The Pastures of Heaven, The 7 Visions of Encarnación, El Paso Blue, Santos & Santos, … Continue reading

Posted in Ideas and Opinions | Leave a comment

The Syntax and History of the Appalachian English Dialect, a guest post by Cole Barnes

Cole Barnes is 2019 graduate of Southern Oregon University, with an English major, as well as minors in Psychology and Rhetoric and Reason. He has been fortunate to call many places throughout Oregon home, including Ashland for at least a … Continue reading

Posted in Ideas and Opinions, Language | Leave a comment

An Interview with Michael Niemann, author of No Right Way

Michael Niemann grew up in a small town in western Germany before moving to the United States. He received a PhD in International Studies from the University of Denver. For over three decades, Michael has been a teacher of international … Continue reading

Posted in Interviews | Comments Off on An Interview with Michael Niemann, author of No Right Way

Commencement BINGO

Posted in Ideas and Opinions | Comments Off on Commencement BINGO