IWCW kicks off with Love Across Languages!

By February 14, 2011Outreach and Events

International Writing Centers Week (IWCW) kicks off on Valentine’s Day this year. To celebrate, the Collaborative for Multilingual Writing and Research (CMWR) is hosting a multilingual poetry reading affectionately titled “Love Across Languages.”  From 3pm-6pm in the Loop’s North Café, all members of the DePaul community are invited “to share their favorite love poems, in any language.” So come spread some love with UCWbL and CMWR by reading a poem that is close to your heart, spending a romantic evening of poetry with your valentine at the North Café, or sharing your own work with the culturally and linguistically diverse body of DePaul University.

Be sure to keep an eye out for the other events the UCWbL has planned for IWCW. For the extensive event line-up, continue reading.

International Writing Centers Week
February 14-18, 2011

Love Across Languages, a multilingual poetry reading. Come share your favorite love poems, in any language, and listen to others read some of their favorites. Students, faculty, staff, and alumni are welcome.
Where: Loop Student Center, North Café
When: Monday, February 14. 3pm-6pm

Literacy Narratives Reading and Panel Discussion. Join us for a reading of real-life stories about reading, writing, and language, followed by discussion of what these narratives can teach us about writing.
Where: Loop Student Center, Room 11013
When: Tuesday, February 15. 3:30pm-6pm

Photo Caption Contest. The Lincoln Park Campus Writing Center will be hosting a caption-writing contest throughout International Writing Centers Week. Come to the Writing Center (McGaw 250) to participate and have the chance to win a prize for the best photo caption.
Where: Lincoln Park Writing Center (McGaw 250)
When: All week, beginning at 11 am on Monday, February 14.

The World in So Many Words. Win prizes by correctly answering riddles about the English language’s international roots.
Where: Outside the Lincoln Park Writing Center (McGaw 250)
When: All week from 12-2pm.

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  • kmstoffel says:

    love across languages sounds really awesome, I wish I could go. I hope someone will blog about it in review of how the event goes this afternoon.