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Members of William Kupinse’s Literature and Environment (ENGL 374) and Advanced Poetry Writing: Poetry and Environmental Justice (ENGL 328) classes participate in a 3 1/2 hour field trip to the Port of Tacoma. Joined by local filmmaker and environmental activist John Carlton, they visited and/or viewed a number of sites at the Port, including: Public shoreline near the Hylebos Waterway, TARGA Sound Terminal, US Oil & Refining Co, WestRock Company’s Tacoma Mill, and The Northwest Detention Center. View more photos.
Professor Bill Kupinse praises graduating seniors at Wordstock.
Students get ready to celebrate Wordstock.
Students gather for the end of year celebration.
Professors Regina Duthely and Julie Christoph.
Students gather at an end of year celebration.
End of year celebration.
English faculty toast the graduates.
Senior thesis presentation.
Professor John Wesley chats with students at the end of year celebration.
Professors Tiffany MacBain and Ann Putnam
Professor Julie Nelson Christoph
Professor Denise Despres
Senior Parker Barry receives her graduation sash.
Professor Laura Krughoff during the senior sashing ceremony.
Professor Mita Mahato
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