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Krista Ratcliffe

 

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The following creative nonfiction essays and New Yorker-esque columns were composed in English 104 (Advanced Comp.) at Marquette University during Fall 2008.

Students self-selected the writings they wanted to publish here, and their writing do not represent the official views of Marquette University.

 

I. PORTFOLIO A

Talk of the Town
Monica Hopping, “HULABALOO: OCTOBER OR BUST”
Laura Lachky, “The Fall of the House of Anheuser”
Ryan Liskey, “All’s Not Well in Brew City: An Avoidance of Race in MPS Texts

Essay 1: Family

Claire Cesarz, “Family Elders
Monica Hopping, “The Upside of Divorce"
Mark Kelley, “The Professional
Laura Lachky, “Culture Clash
Rosemary Lane, “Becoming a Fresca Family
Charlie Puckett, “I, Kathleen
Amanda Szymkowski, "Allied Forces"

II. PORTFOLIO B

Shouts and Murmurs
Claire Cesarz, “The Theatre
Ia Cha, “Get the msg?”
Christine Kehl, “Confessions of a Tanorexiac
Rosemary Lane, “DearDiary.com
Ashley Platten, “Revenge of the Cashier”
Charlie Puckeet, “Txt me pls
Amanda Szymkowski, “Dear Diary: The Typical Marquette Student
Nick Wimmer, “An Afternoon Dilemma of Tall Proportions

Essay 2: Community
Ia Cha, “Into Foreign Land
Ashley Platten, “Small Town Girl
Moira Rogers, “Who I Am Where I Am
Nick Wimmer, “A High School Brotherhood

III. PORTFOLIO C

Review
Mark Kelley, Zack and Miri Make a Romantic Comedy

Essay 3: Whiteness
No essays were submitted for publication

 

IV. POLITICAL AD ANALYSIS
Ryan Liskey, “The Original Mavericks


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