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November 30, 2001

UW-RF Hosts Student Readings

Five UW-River Falls students will read their works at the University's Student Reading Series on Friday, Dec. 7, at 3:30 p.m. in the breezeway of the Chalmer Davee Library. It is free and open to the public.

Two of the talented writers are English majors who will present their senior readings; Jessica Matelski, a senior from Somerset and Bryan Mulrooney, a senior from River Falls. Three other writers who are English majors and will read include Clare Lockman, a junior from Roseville, Minn.; Joe Kilsdonk, a junior from Duluth majoring; and Shannon Pingel, a senior from New Auburn.

The Student Reading Series is headed by English Associate Professor Jenny Brantley. It began in the fall of 1996 with readings by students writers, then expanded to include other writers. Now, 40 to 100 people attend readings by authors, faculty and students. Typically, six readings are done each semester.

The public is welcome to attend the readings. For more information, call 715/425-3537.

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