Archive for November 2016

Mark Lawhorn Helps Bring First Folio to Hawaii

As Hawai’i First Folio project director, Mark Lawhorn MA ’83 was instrumental in bringing the 2016 First Folio! The Book That Gave Us Shakespeare exhibit to its host location in the 50th state, the Kapi’olani Community College in Honolulu, where Lawhorn is associate professor of languages, linguistics, and literature. Lawhorn is also featured in an article on the history of Shakespeare in Hawaii.

Vanessa Waltz Publishes Narrative

Vanessa Waltz MA ’10 published “Anne,” a personal narrative on Anne Frank, in PRISM: An Interdisciplinary Journal for Holocaust Educators (Yeshiva University, Spring 2016). 

Roger Q. Mason Debuts Play

Roger Q. Mason’s (MA ’14) play Lizzy debuted at Ensemble Studio Theatre/LA’s Once Act Festival in July and his play Softer was performed as part of the Hollywood Fringe Festival in June 2016. 

Cynthia Huntington Receives Guggenheim Fellowship

Cynthia Huntington MA ’83 was awarded the Frederick Sessions Beebe Chair in Writing at Dartmouth, where she is professor of English and creative writing. Additionally, Huntington received a 2016 Guggenheim Fellowship in poetry. 

Princeton Fellows Earn Princeton Prizes

Former Princeton Bread Loaf Fellows Cameron Platt and Olivia Robbins earned accolades at Princeton’s graduation ceremonies this year: Platt, valedictorian of her class, won the Charles William Kennedy Prize, and Robbins won the Earl R. Miner Prize.