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Videos of Past Lecture Series Events

OneBook: Interview with Cynthia Bond, author of Ruby

OneBook: Interview with Cynthia Bond, author of Ruby

March 14, 2018
CRC Recital Hall

Full of life, exquisitely written, and suffused with the pastoral beauty of the rural South, Ruby is a transcendent novel of passion and courage. Its creator, Cynthia Bond, is a New York Times Best-Selling Author. Her novel Ruby was chosen to be an Oprah Book Club 2.0 selection, a Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers selection, and an Indie Next Pick. A PEN Rosenthal Fellow, Bond attended Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, then moved to New York and attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. She founded the Blackbird Writing Collective in 2011. Cynthia has taught writing to at-risk and homeless youth for over fifteen years, and is on staff at Paradigm Malibu Adolescent Treatment Center. At this event, Cynthia Bond will answer questions about her novel and her creative writing process. Interview by Emily Bond, CRC Librarian.

Faculty Research Panel

Faculty Research Panel

Faculty Research Panel

September 19, 2017
Winn Center Community Room

Faculty share their academic research results, describe their writing experience, and consider their journey through the publication process.

Nino Conley
Comm. Studies Professor
“ A Survey of Instructional Communication: 15 years of Research in Review"

Jeanne Edman
Psychology Professor
"Trauma and Psychological Distress among Ethnically Diverse Community College Students"

Timaree Hagenburger
Nutrition Professor
"The Foodie Bar Way"

Rick Schuber
Philosophy Professor
"Winning, Losing, and Wandering Play: Zhuangzian Paradox and the Daoist Practice"