Pamplin Dean Green to retire at end of spring semester

Dean Elna Green is in her third year running Pamplin College; she came to AU from San Jose State and is a native of North Carolina. (photo by St. Julian Cox)

By Ravyn Chatmon |
Content editor

Elna Green, Ph.D. and dean of Pamplin College, is retiring at the end of June 2020. This information was announced on Tuesday, Jan. 28, at a Pamplin faculty meeting.

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Creative Writing Club offers a place for workshopping one’s written work

Book discussions and peer editing are both part of the activities undertaken by members of the Creative Writing Club. (staff photo)

By Tracy Tamplin |
Contributor

Augusta University’s Creative Writing Club meets every fourth Monday at Allgood Hall in the English and Foreign Languages Conference Room (E227) from 2 to 4 p.m. Continue reading “Creative Writing Club offers a place for workshopping one’s written work”

Augusta University’s literary magazine now a national publication

Here is the latest edition of Sand Hills Literary Magazine, produced by the English and Foreign Languages Department at AU. (staff photo)

By Christine Clark |
Contributor

Last semester Sand Hills Literary Magazine, Augusta University’s bi-annual publication of fiction, non-fiction, poetry, drama and art, has become a national publication. Continue reading “Augusta University’s literary magazine now a national publication”