By attending or participating in one of the on-campus events listed below and writing a reflection, you may replace a missing homework assignment. Each opportunity will be worth one homework grade replacement. Each assignment will require at least a 1 1/2 to 2 page (typed, double-spaced, MLA format) reflection of the event AND THE ACTUAL MISSED HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT. In your reflection, please include a brief summary of the event, your impressions of the event (you can be the critic), and some reflection on how attending this impacted you. If available, please also include some "proof" of your attendance (a play bill or a program). Do not submit "re-treads" of assignments required for other classes. This is a form of self-plagiarism and is in violation of the Student Code of Conduct. Instead, re-write other assignments to fit the requirements of the Islander Event Reflection. black%You may attend events in advance, then turn them in after you find that you've missed a homework assignment.
Deadline to submit all Islander Reflections along with any missed homework is Tuesday, May 1, 2018!
NOTE: If you attended similar events during the semester that aren't on this list, such as special guest lectures or other fine arts performances, you may write reflections on these as well, with prior approval.
Feb 1: Queering the Island
Queering the Island presents: “Writing Sapphism: Lesbians in Fiction.” Dr. Kathryn Klein, Texas A&M International University & Dr. Ula Klein, Texas A&M International University lead the discussion on Thursday, Feb. 1 from 12:00p.m. to 1:00p.m. in UC Bayview 320. Join us for pizza and drinks! Sponsored by the English Department