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ERIC Number: ED344026
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1990
Pages: 46
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
Northern Kentucky University ReEntry Center, 1980-1990. 10 Year Anniversary Celebration.
Northern Kentucky Univ., Highland Heights.
The original poems and articles contained in this publication were submitted by individuals who have either been through the programs offered by the ReEntry Center at Northern Kentucky University or have otherwise had their lives touched and changed by the center's existence. They are intended to illustrate the growth and achievement that these women were able to accomplish. Twelve poems by Julia Malott appear first: "Toy Box,""(Untitled),""An Offering,""Sisters,""The Lab,""After Two,""Postures,""Cast,""Armature,""Erosion,""What We Furnish," and "Shining." Three poems by Ardella Bachmann follow: "Who Am I?,""Pain," and "Fly Away, Birdie." Other poems include the following: "A Quilted Life" and "Flight" (Patricia Borne); "(Untitled)" (Middy Eckert); "Statements" and"(Untitled)" (Sheri Eschan); "Searching Is the Key" (Kate Henry); "Tribute to My Teachers" (Joan Johanneman); "Small Town Girl" and "Sisters of the Soul" (Rita Marcum); "Another Graduation" (Deborah Shields); "The Tear" (Barbara Wells); "I Had None" (Deborah Shields); "Life Spiral" (Barbara Washington); "(Untitled)" (Christine Richardson); "This Is My Story of..." (Kimberly Adkins); and "Feeling Lost and More than a Little Afraid" (Linda Helton). Six articles are also included: "What Impact My Experience of Going through the ReEntry Center Had on My Life" (Rhonda Holland); an untitled essay by a 65-year-old widow (Virginia Kraemer); "On My Way Back" (Mary Litzler); "Who Are You?" (Mary Bush); "The Women" (Karen Malott); and "Angie's Story" (Angela Taylor). (YLB)
Publication Type: Creative Works
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: Kentucky State Dept. of Education, Frankfort. Office of Vocational Education.
Authoring Institution: Northern Kentucky Univ., Highland Heights.