66. "To Day Is Our Day"

Dawson Nicholson

The power to change comes from within, that inherent passion that bubbles from the pit of one’s stomach.  This passion in each individual is either facilitated or hindered by the world.  If this passion is supported, the addition of the power of positivity can change a nation. “To day is our day,” writes a young Ghanaian child living in the small coastal community of Awkwakrom where although malnutrition and malaria are prevalent, the vibrancy of the people far outshine these problems.  The passion within this child to change “today” is raw and it is real. If this positive attitude continues, the impact of this mere thought, “to day is our day” can be monumental. How might you assume this outlook and make today your day?

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Active Citizen Series: Writing for Action - Writing Persuasive Letters to Elected Officials and Newspapers

Join us on Tuesday, Oct. 24 from 4:15 to 5:45 p.m. in Moseley 215.

Workshop: Learning iMovie and Designing Video Assignments 

Paula Rosinski, professor of English and director of Writing Across the University, and a Writing Center consultant will present on “Learning iMovie and Designing Video Assignments” on Oct. 25, 2017.

Workshop: Teaching Two-Column Script Writing

Douglas Kass, assistant professor of communications, is presenting on
“Teaching 2-Column Script Writing” on Nov. 1.