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Engli h Club
ln April the English Club sponsored a
forum on the subject of Ethics in the Arts
and Media. The discussion focused on cen-
sorship, the exercise of good taste, moral
values in relation to aesthetics and Chris-
tian attitudes toward the fine arts and the
Panelists included Dr. Jack Boyd, pro-
fessor of music, Lewis Fulks, professor of
communication, Dr. Preston Harper, pro-
fessor of English, Dr. Arthur Williams,
professor of art, and Doug Mendenhall, a
senior news-editorial major and the editor
of the Optimist.
Another major event the club par-
ticipated in was a workshop with Gwen-
dolyn Brooks, a Pulitzer Prize-winning
poet. Brooks read her poetry and con-
ducted a poetry workshop which included
a question-and-answer session at ACU on
Nov. 20. More than 200 people attended
Although the club did not sponsor the
event, they coordinated the arrangements
for Brooks' visit.
The English Club was not only con-
cerned with the works of famous poets, but
took an interest in the literary works of
ACU students. The Pickwicker, an annual
literary journal published by the English
Club, was a magazine of student work.
The Pickwicker went on sale in mid-April.
One of the main objectives of the club
was to encourage members to write and to
critique the work of other writers.
Several meetings centered on the work
that had been done by the students. Club
members read their work, and then
discussed the struggles and obstacles they
encountered in their writing.
In March, club members shared papers
they had written on literary themes.
Bethanie Camall read her paper "Death of
the Theatref' Joanna Austin read a poem
entitled "An Elementary School
Classroom in a Slumg" and Paul Colby
read his paper titled "All Rivers Run Into
This page: top f Dr. George Ewing, pro-
fessor of English and sponsor of the
English Club, visits with students follow-
ing a monthly English Club meetingg bot-
tom - English Club members,
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FRONT ROW - Joanna Austin, Renee McCloskey, Debora Robbins, Janice Bobo. ROW 2 - George Ei
ing, Paul Colby, Bethany Cammack, Greg Stevens.”