Savannah undergraduate student Danielle Austin wrote a column for the Savannah Morning News. The piece, titled “Unfashionable: Racism on runways,” was featured in the April 15 print edition and online.

Savannah graduate student Grace Barkley wrote “5 Ways to Boost Your Small Business Twitter Account” for the blog Brazen Life. The article also was syndicated on the Huffington Post.

Salted and Styled, a food-inspired lifestyle blog to which Savannah writing professor Andrea Goto regularly contributes, was awarded “Best Culinary Blog” of 2013 by the International Association of Culinary Professionals. Since the blog’s launch in September 2012, Goto has contributed more than 25 posts.

Savannah writing professor James Lough will present at lecture at the Flannery O’Connor Childhood Home, 207 E. Charlton St., in Savannah on Sunday, April 21, at 4 p.m. During the lecture, titled “New York’s Notorious Chelsea Hotel: An Oral History,” Lough will share excerpts from his forthcoming book on the Chelsea Hotel and discuss the process of interviewing former residents and compiling and organizing the interviews into a single narrative. This lecture is part of the 2013 Gulfstream Spring Lecture Series.

Writing department chair Beth Concepción wrote “It Takes Two” for Savannah Homes magazine (Spring/Summer 2013) and “Beneath the Surface” for Savannah Magazine (March/April 2013).

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