Seeing Diego Rivera’s Detroit Industry murals in person left me in awe. Even though Dr. Pasqualina provided us with a thorough description and virtual walkthrough of the murals ahead of our visit, experiencing the actual space of Rivera Court—and how massive it is—was truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
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Summer Reading Recs from Detroit Mercy English
Each summer, the Detroit Mercy English Department offers reading recommendations for the season of rest and relaxation. We hope you find time to curl up, stretch out, and read a whole stack of good books. Leave your own recs in the comments! Layli Long Soldier’s WHEREAS Stephen Pasqualina, Assistant Professor “An equal parts experimental andContinue reading “Summer Reading Recs from Detroit Mercy English”
“They Can’t Kill Us Until They Kill Us” by Hanif Abdurraqib — Amanda Hiber
Hanif Abdurraqib’s They Can’t Kill Us Until They Kill Us (Two Dollar Radio, 2017) is like no other book I’ve read. In essays that combine pop cultural criticism, sociopolitical commentary, and memoir, Abdurraqib cuts to the core of his subjects with sensitivity and eloquence. He never oversimplifies.
Why Everyone Should Watch (or re-watch) HBO’s Chernobyl — Mike Jaafar
Mike Jaafar is a biology major and creative writing minor at University of Detroit Mercy. Mike is passionate about many things including writing, reading, 3D pen art, and working out. He is friends with every single dog in a five mile radius and if you ask for a good place to eat pizza he can probably give you ten. Mike’s dream is to become a dentist, help as many people as possible, and make a positive impact wherever he goes.