Look at you go! Look at you being an academically curious student! AND really is in your DNA! Now, put this event on your calendar from 7-9 p.m. at Harris Hall 107 on Monday, April 8 and set an alarm before you sleep through it. In the meantime, you can get ready for the event by picking up some of his works. Beyond his writing at The New Yorker, he has published several works of literature, including The Women, which is a series of memoirs that analyze the role of sexual and racial identities, and White Girls, which explores racial, gender and historical insights through the literature, art and music of diverse figures such as Truman Capote and Louise Brooks, Malcolm X and Flannery O’Connor.

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