The Skunk River Review celebrates the best writing in composition, literature, and humanities classes at DMACC. Entries for the Skunk River Review, DMACC's published collection of quality student essays, are solicited from College Preparatory Writing I (ENG 060), College Preparatory Writing II (ENG 061), Resources for Composition (ENG 104), Composition I (ENG 105), and Composition II (ENG 106) and all literature and humanities classes. Student eligibility is limited to participants who are enrolled in these classes for the academic year they are submitting their work.
Troy Bishop, Zachary Gardner, Sondra Householder, Roger Vasey, Zachary Morgan, Mikhail Ilyenko, Laura Lawler, Savannah Wood, Shawn Armstrong, Kennedy LaVille, Kevin Cramp, Lara Vogel, Sharry Hayes, Leslie McMullin, Ross McInteer, Angel Corbin, Joseph Brinkman, and Tony Guerra
Welcome to the 2010-2011 edition of The Skunk River Review!
As the new editor of this publication, I was excited to see the number of submissions and the overwhelming enthusiasm of the students. This year's publication includes work from Composition I, Composition II, Literature, and College Resources courses.
Whereas The Skunk River Review is academic work that begins in the classroom, it also reflects student's interests. The essays are not edited for MLA format or general errors because the publication is used as a teaching tool in many classrooms.
Austin Leeds, Kari S. Griffin, Ezmeralda Montemayor, Faith Burket, Jason Scholbrock, Hillary Ann Brighton, Eric J. Linn, Paul Richard Adam, Sage Devaney, Melanie M. Cox, LaTroya Marie Sickler, Zach Dalaba, Andrew Kopaska, Sylvia King, Kristen Glick, Sara L. Roggemann, Jason Lighthall, Paige Sanders, Catherine Drahota, Jason Lee Borkowski, Douglas J. Meyer, Roselyn Harbart, and Shelaine Harbart
Welcome to the 2009-2010 edition of The Skunk River Review!
We received a record number of entries this year, making this volume one of the best and most competitive! We even added a new category called Art & Literary Analysis to include a growing number of submissions dedicated to inspiration and critique. Each year we continue to receive many fine examples of student writing. Selection is a challenging process but enjoyable as the submissions range from a variety of topics and styles. Selected entries were only minimally edited for clarity.
The Skunk River Review focuses on students from various DMACC campuses. It includes selections from College Preparatory Writing classes, Composition I and Composition II classes. All entries generally begin as class assignments and are supported by the instructor.
Roselyn Habart, Shelaine Tuytschaevers, Chris Bollhoefer, Nancy Coons, Rachel VanRaden, Amber Buldhaupt, Nicholas Adams, Julie Van Cleave, Rebekah Casciato, Semina Ademovic, Rebekah Schnackel, Lynn Tazzioli, Parminder Kaur Papial, Michele Reeve, Christopher Colgrove, Teasloach chamjous, Molly Henkenius, Victoria Anderson, Alicia Sealey, and Adam Foust
Welcome to the 2007-2008 edition of The Skunk River Review!
Each year we continue to receive many tremendous examples of student writing. Selection is a challenging process, but enjoyable as the submissions range from variety of topics and styles. Selected entries were only minimally edited for clarity.
The Skunk River Review focuses on students from various DMACC campuses and includes three separate categories of writing from College Preparatory Writing and Composition I and Composition II classes. All entries generally begin as class assignments and are supported by the instructor.