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Students Present USU President with Common Literature Novel


Thursday, Mar. 31, 2011


Common literature book presentation to USU President Stan Albrecht
USU President Stan Albrecht accepts this year's book selected for the Common Literature Experience from students Amber Bowden and Rebecca Fitzgerald.

As part of the tradition of Utah State University’s Common Literature Experience, students Amber Bowden and Rebecca Fitzgerald present President Stan Albrecht with this year’s selected book.

 

Zeitoun, the story of one man’s struggles to hold on to the American dream after hurricane Katrina, will be read by the incoming freshman class of 2011 who are enrolled in USU 1010 — Connections.

 

Members of the community are invited to also read the book and then attend the Common Literature Experience Convocation to be held Aug. 27, 9:30 a.m., in the Kent Concert Hall, Chase Fine Arts Center, on the Utah State University Logan campus.

 

(See related story.)

 

Contact: Noelle Call, director, Office of Retention and Student Success, noelle.call@usu.edu



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