Final Exam tomorrow!

Hi Students!

Please remember that the final exam for ENG 1101 is tomorrow (Tues., 5/21) at 10am sharp! Remember to bring the exam article (“Steve Jobs Never Wanted Us to Use Our iPhones Like This”) to class. If you happen to forget the article at home, don’t worry, I will have copies.

ALSO — if possible, please bring the file folders I gave you at the start of the semester and any homework I passed back. If you no longer have this, it’s not a big deal– I just like to double-check that I’ve given you proper credit for everything! (Brittney and Krissia– I have your folders already.)

AND– The list below indicates the students who need to come to class at the regular 9am lab time. If you are not on this list, then you can come at 10am for the exam. DON’T BE LATE!!!

  • Flora
  • Rachel
  • Karina
  • Miara
  • Jaswinder
  • Krissia
  • Fatoumata
  • Muhammad
  • Brandon Sookdeo


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Hello students!

I found a good example of a quote sandwich– which also happens to be about a sandwich!– in one of your liminal space papers. Here it is:

Kothari’s narrative is about her as a young girl who did not know how to adapt to one culture or the other. She introduces her struggle with a story of her in school, explaining how everyone had tuna sandwiches for lunch and she didn’t. The narrator states, “I want to eat what the kids at school eat…my mother buys the tuna, hoping to satisfy my longing for American food. Indians, of course, do not eat such things” (6). She and her mother experience the feeling of loss and confusion because of how different the tuna looks in a can rather than when it is between two slices.



Image for “Two Kinds” by Amy Tan

Image for “Shooting an Elephant” by George Orwell

Images for “If You Are What You Eat, Then What Am I?” by Geeta Kothari

Image for “What We Talk About When We Talk About Love” by Raymond Carver