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Mark Bresnan
Assistant Professor of English and Writing Coordinator, Stevenson University/. Ph.D.
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The Millions Jan 17
A debut collection by is "formally daring, achingly moving, wildly weird, and startling in its visceral and aesthetic impact."
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John Warner Jan 17
In which I argue first-year writing should be more concerned with teaching students who to think and argue on/about the internet, less concerned with "scholarship."
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Aaron Chandler Jan 16
Stevenson is hiring a Writing Coordinator, so—all my RhetComp and English PhD peeps—please pass this along to...
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Pod Save America Jan 15
New Pod, live from London! Trump reveals the racism at the heart of his immigration policy, cancels a trip to London to avoid protests, and buys a porn star’s silence.
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aderson francois 🇭🇹 Dec 26
I hope one day we’ll realize at long last that the NE corner of 6th Ave & West 3rd st in Manhattan, where in the span of 30 minutes on a summer day watching basketball on the nearby court you hear 20 different languages spoken, is as much the American heartland as coal country
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Larry David Dec 23
Today, tell everyone exactly what you think of them. Happy Festivus
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Matt Singer Dec 21
WALK HARD was released 10 years ago today. I could not let this momentous anniversary go unrecognized, so here is a tribute to the most underrated comedy of the 21st century.
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Cheryl Wilson Dec 14
Congratulations to and faculty advisor on the launch of the Fall 2017 Greenspring Review:
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John Warner Dec 5
John Oliver made a moral decision to privilege truth over comfort. May it become an example to others (including me).
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Dave Weigel Nov 27
I don’t say “must-read” often, but you must read about what happened when a conservative sting operation targeted reporters. Spoiler: It backfired.
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Mark Bresnan Nov 23
Replying to @laurentrubymd
What about ten cups a day? Asking for a friend.
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Peter Cazar Nov 17
I only mention it because sometimes there's a man--I won't say a hero, 'cause, what's a hero? But sometimes there's a man. And I'm talkin' about the Dude here. Sometimes, there's a man, well, he's the man for his time and place.
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Mark Bresnan Nov 16
It is probably time to stop being shocked that so many powerful men engage in sexual assault and harassment and instead acknowledge that sexual assault and harassment are the tools that these men used to gain power in the first place.
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MoveOn.org Nov 16
Allegations regarding are deeply disturbing. Progressives & Democrats must not tolerate sexual harassment or assault. We must lift up women & others speaking out. should be held to the same standard as anyone in public or private life.
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American Alpine Club Nov 11
All hail the mighty rock!
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Joshua Green Nov 7
This one's over, folks. Danica Roem becomes the 1st transgender delegate in VA history, trounces opponent who refused to debate or call her "she."
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Josh Barro Nov 7
Replying to @jbarro
Danica Roem, the first openly trans person elected to office in VA, will represent a middle-ring suburban district. Her key campaign issue was traffic. A nice reflection that trans people have ordinary concerns like everyone else.
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Dave Wasserman Nov 7
BREAKING: Danica Roem (D) has defeated 26-year Del. Bob Marshall (R) in , becoming the first transgender person elected to VA's state legislature.
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John Warner Nov 1
In learning, the journey is the destination.
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