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Mulvihill, Kaline; Wemesfelder, Rebecca; Hoffman, Melanie; Bamerick, Melissa; Walerstein, Rachel; Hidley, Annie; Sauchelli, Liz; Russomano, Steve; Scutt, Katie; Underkofler, Logan; Jennings, Zach; DeLeo, Michelle; Marcus, Phil; Tabeek, Justin; Harsma, Lauren; Sperino, Brittany; Gatewood, Zachary; Donegan, Joseph; Nargi, Amanda; Zebrowski, Marci; Jansen, Amber-lee; Rusyn, Leigh; Dupras, Marisa; Andersen, Megan; Carawan, Alex; Maxon, Fred; Buckel, Charles; Korbesmeyer, Brad, Faculty Advisor (2011-05-31)Great Lake Review is SUNY Oswego's student-edited literary and art magazine. Great Lake Review is published, in general, every semester, and contains primarily student art, poetry, fiction, and other literary works.
Proehl, Kristen; Bodensteiner, Braden; Mulvihill, Rachael; Hidley, Annie (2017-10-05)Ms. Hidley will argue that the narrative techniques in Sebold’s novel Lucky parallel the way in which trauma is processed, and this narrative form allows readers access to new and shared language where they can name their ...