Stevenson Jean & Angela Wu for Downtown Brooklyn
Hi everyone! I can’t wait to see your projects tomorrow. Keep in mind that it’s supposed to be creative and fun (at least more fun than most assignments). I’ll be grading you based on whether you effectively compared the then and now of different aspects of your neighborhood. Also, I will evaluate how well you used technology to present an engaging exploration of these differences. While I’d love to have your presentation on this blog, if you can’t post it, just bring it in on a flash drive or something.
CALLING ALL STUDENTS!
Want to meet some cool people and contribute to an exciting night? Want to show some City Tech pride? Then join the Literary Arts Festival student team!
Come to the first meeting to get the LAF ball rolling!
Thursday, October 30th @ 1pm in NAMM 522
In making this year’s festival the best one yet—with great attendance, extraordinary participation, and heart-stopping performances— we need to plan early. At our meeting next week, we’ll set some goals, give you posters to hang around campus, and discuss other strategies to publicize the event (including a movie trailer).
Looking forward to seeing returning students as well as new members!
Associate Professor of English
City Tech, CUNY
300 Jay Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201