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Hi, My Name is Brazil 2015

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O Pelourinho!

The people in the streets are as vibrant and colorful as the fresh facades of the buildings, and the square is bordered by several small museums dedicated to the preservation of the African identity and influence in Brazil.

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Publisher: ‘No guts, no (writing) glory’

“Whether entering a contest or writing for publication, committing yourself to being judged, to being read, is an act of faith and bravery,” said Jonathan Haupt, director of USC Press.

03.18.15

Publisher: ‘No guts, no (writing) glory’

“Whether entering a contest or writing for publication, committing yourself to being judged, to being read, is an act of faith and bravery,” said Jonathan Haupt, director of USC Press.

03.16.15

Student Spotlight: Garrett Stuart, Wishing it Forward

“What do you see when you look at a wheelchair?” Stuart asks. “Many disabled people see it as a new life, a new beginning, a miracle. By working together with the Make-A-Wish Foundation and organizations like Globe Aware, I can continue to make miracles happen.”

03.10.15

No pretty dresses in new YA novel

SCHC alumna Courtney McKinney-Whitaker has nothing against pretty dresses or pretty sentences. But she knew there would be no place for either in her book of historical fiction for young adults.