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Lake Campus students published in new journal

CELINA, OH - The WSU Department of English Language and Literatures, Dayton has published a new student journal for WSU student submissions from Integrated Writing classes. It represents the "best integrated writing" done by students in a designated IW course. 

Two students from Lake Campus were selected by the Dayton review committee to have their papers printed in the journal. 

CST 2320 Nonwestern Religions 
"Reflection on Pema Chodron's 'When Things All Apart: Heart Advice for Difficult Times'" 

REL 2040 The Bible and Western Culture 
"Reflection on Michael Coogan's 'God and Sex'" 

In addition, the following were recognized in the journal with the title of their paper and names under "Nominated for Excellence." 

Alicia Imber (CST 2320) 
Stephanie Jenkins (CST 2320) 
Jason Scheer (CST 2320) 
Daniel Wills (CST 2320) 

Lake Campus Faculty Member Dr. Sharon Showman states, “I am proud of the hard work done by these students in my religion classes. The writing, editing, and re-writes they did spoke to how seriously they took the writing assignments.” 

The first edition (Fall, 2014) of the free journal is now online. It can also be ordered in print form for a small fee. 

Click here to view the journal. 

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