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While we are physically apart, we can still connect. This is your dedicated online space to maintain the continuity of your student life experience and to give you easy access to support services, programs, and events.
We look forward to learning and growing together!
I am holding Virtual Office Hours remotely through Zoom or by phone call. Please schedule an appointment through Calendly. If no times there work for you, email me and we’ll find a different time. Additionally, I’m going to turn on my Zoom Room (471-269-1577) between 12pm-2pm M/T/W – feel free to stop by. I’m going to use the “waiting room” feature – so do wait if it appears that I’m in another meeting.
Natalia I. Córdova Sánchez, PhD
Director of Studies
Dr. Cordova handles the academic support and questions of Mathey first-year students and sophomores. To schedule an advising appointment, please use her Calendly calendar. If no calendar appointments work with your schedule, please email her at firstname.lastname@example.org with suggestions for days and times that work for you. Appointments will be virtual—through Zoom or phone.
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Firestone Society Event
July 24, 2021
Next up is:
The Man Who Lived Underground
The Firestone Fund is hosting a book discussion on The Man Who Lived Underground by Richard Wright, which will be led by Danielle Ranucci '23 on Saturday, July 24th at 2pm ET.
Sign up here for an audiobook or an ebook. As a reminder; attendance to the discussion is required to sign up for a book, and not showing up for two discussions will result in being banned from receiving additional books. The Zoom link will be sent to you before the discussion.
For questions or book/event suggestions, please contact RGS Chloé.
Fred Daniels, a Black man, is picked up by the police after a brutal double murder and tortured until he confesses to a crime he did not commit. After signing a confession, he escapes from custody and flees into the city's sewer system. This is the devastating premise of this scorching novel, a never-before-seen masterpiece by Richard Wright.
Now, for the first time, by special arrangement with the author's estate, the full text of the work that meant more to Wright than any other ("I have never written anything in my life that stemmed more from sheer inspiration.") is published in the form that he intended, complete with his companion essay, "Memories of My Grandmother." Malcolm Wright, the author's grandson, contributes an afterword.
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