In celebration of the National Day on Writing, the Writing Center, the SGA, and representatives from student publications and writing groups hosted activities and games that highlight the vibrant culture of writing that we have here at WC.
To embrace the theme “Write to Connect,” many of the booths encouraged students to engage with writing in some way.
Students gathered in behind the Western Shore dorms to build Viking-style bloomery kilns and glass bead furnaces with Dr. Schindler and visiting Early Medieval experts Darnell Markewitz and Neil Peterson.
Also known as “To Write Love On Her Arms” Day. Students gathered in Fountain Park in Chestertown to bring attention to and to help prevent suicides. Students also mourned the loss of our fellow classmate Aaron Taylor, who took his life only a few days before.