It’s not too late to register for Noir Fiction and Contemporary Male/Female Gender Identities. Noir Fiction is a uniquely American creation. From what social and historical context did it emerge? What influence has this genre had on American male and female gender identities? This course will examine these issues as seen in the writing of Gillian Flynn (GONE GIRL), James Cain (DOUBLE INDEMNITY), Patricia Highsmith (THE TALENTED MR.RIPLEY), Norman Mailer (TOUGH GUYS DON’T DANCE) and others. Along with studying novels by some of America’s foremost authors, scholarly works will inform our examination of noir fiction and its abiding influence on the way men and women see themselves in relation to gender in contemporary American culture.                      

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Simon Forum Closed Friday, 5/10 – All Activities

We apologize for the late notice.  However, in preparation for Commencement, the Simon Forum will be closed all day, Friday, May 10th, for all activities (staff and students) other than those in offices.


Commencement Pictures with President Baenninger TODAY

REMINDER! Come by today, Thursday, May 9th, for graduation pictures with President Baenninger on the Mead Hall back porch, with or without your regalia, between 3 and 5 p.m. See you there! For more information on commencement please follow THIS LINK. There will also be an opportunity to take photographs with President Baenninger, for one hour, directly following the conclusion of commencement on Saturday afternoon.