Poetry Collaboration with Kearny High School Students

TOPICS: Academics, Arts and Culture, Faculty and Staff, Humanities, Research and Fieldwork

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Thanks to a microgrant provided by USD’s School of Leadership and Education Sciences' (SOLES) E2E Incubator, Alcala Review editorial staff members Oliver Thiel, Michayla Mabourakh, and Fiaza Qureshi, joined by Dr. Malachi Black, recently partnered with Kearny High School biology teacher Lesli Horowitz to help her students compose sonnets on endangered species for a book project entitled Endangered Poetry. With Dr. Black, Alcala Review editorial staff visited Kearny High between the months of March and May to introduce the sonnet form and help Kearny students compose, revise, and finalize their contributions to the volume, which was in turn designed and produced by Ms. Horowitz in conjunction with the students of her Kearny graphic design class. The project was conceived by Ms. Horowitz and made possible by the E2E Incubator.


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