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Inside Stories

BY CAROLYN BATTISTA AS SOON AS SHE BEGAN TEACHING AT A WOMEN‘S PRISON, Dale Griffith '92 began encouraging her students to write. "I'd learned experientially that writing heals, that it can be a way of making sense of what happens to you," she says. She never imagined all that would follow. She ne…
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Category 2005 Issue 1Posted on

School of Dreams

WESLEYAN‘S CENTER FOR THE ARTS DIRECTOR PAMELA TATGE ’84 and I are sitting in the Tibetan restaurant on Main Street near O'Rourke's, sharing a late lunch—bowls of steaming noodles—and a conversation about the new Green S…
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