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TIME'S UP! By Bay Path Women Writers
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“Times Up!” has a title inspired by the recent Internet hashtag that was born after revelations of Harvey Weinstein’s disgraceful acts of sexual harassment against women. In the... More > months since its creation, “Time’s Up!” has come to represent a feeling inherent in many ethical, political, and social movements. We as writers felt empowered by the urgency of this statement. Each of us comes from a very different background, but we are all unified by our passion to create a better world for ourselves and future generations. This book paints a beautiful picture of what happens when a group of educated young people refuse to remain silent on the big issues! Our topics are hard to talk about, but they are necessary conversations. We approach them in two different ways: professional research articles, and creative non-fiction works, ranging from poetry, to memoir, to short, personal essay. Time is up and we are ready to make a change!< Less
Lifting Her Up By Bay Path Women Writers
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The articles published in this book have been penned by a group of college women in an effort to lift the hearts and minds of readers who grapple with what often seem like overwhelming challenges in... More > life. The writings offer thoughtful and caring solutions to many cultural, social, and medical issues. These topics include traumatic brain injury, bullying, students with hearing impairments, eating disorders and how they can be better treated by medical professionals, how maternity leave benefits business, how teachers can intervene when their students show signs of depression, identifying and dealing with Alzheimer’s, and whether or not to medicate children suffering from ADHD. The articles were written with the intention of informing and inspiring women everywhere through best practices in problem-solving thinking, researching, and writing at the university level.< Less
Creating Wellness in America (2nd ed.) By Bay Path Women Writers
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In this collection of articles, senior student writers seek solutions to important issues that trouble America today. Their research treats a diversity of topics that touch the lives of all... More > Americans, including domestic violence, special education, negative body images in the media, obesity, factory farming, the science of happiness, racism in our justice system, treating ADHD, the new phenomenon of “sexting” among teens, and the impact of negative stereotypes upon our political system. But this textbook is more than a classroom exercise in college writing. It presents excellent models of critical thinking framed by classical Greek rhetoric that is presented in both MLA and APA writing styles for other college students to draw upon in their own work. The book is part of an innovative and ongoing initiative that publishes the best work of senior writers to use as teaching tools in freshmen writing classes at Bay Path University in Longmeadow, Massachusetts.< Less
Shining a Light on Today’s Controversies By Bay Path Women Writers Project
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The women who authored this research have a story to tell. They offer unique perspectives into the real world we live in. They are seeking higher education to propel themselves into careers they are... More > passionate about. Some have full time jobs, some are raising families, yet they find a way to further their education for themselves and set a positive example for all women. These women have chosen deeply personal, real world problems to shed a light on and to work towards solutions, issues such as intervening in the life of an opioid addict, reducing the possible risks of reuniting children with parents after foster care, informing U.S. consumers about carcinogens, seeking meaningful gun control, examining mental health and its effects on suicide, and helping children who live with a parent suffering from combat-related PTSD. These women have worked hard to find effective solutions using best research and persuasive writing practices at the college level. < Less
Education: The Key to a Brighter Future By Bay Path Women Writers Project
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The student writers of this book have come to college to educate their minds. But the complex social issues that they grapple with in these pages are equally matters of the heart. Sexual violence,... More > teen pregnancy, integrating compassion into our schools, dealing with student debt, healing our returning soldiers from the wounds of war, illegal immigration, and protecting and caring for our most vulnerable older citizens—These are all issues that offer challenges as emotional as they are intellectual. The nine writers here face these topics head on. They present us with facts and findings as well as meaningful strategies to navigate more successfully through complex problems. As they do so, they offer excellent writing models to other students looking to improve their skills, They provide examples of both MLA and APA research writing styles as they demonstrate best practices in critical thinking and persuasive writing.  < Less
LITTLE LETTERS ON THE SKIN By Cleave Bay Area Women Writers The Liminal Center
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In "Little Letters on the Skin", Cleave: Bay Area Women Writers and The Liminal Center partner to support the work of women who have used The Liminal Center to foster their creative work.
Action this Day: Determining the Future through our Actions Today By Bay Path College Women Writers Project
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The choices that we make today will affect not only our future, but the future of generations to come, and knowledge is the most powerful tool in the fight for effective change. With collaborated... More > efforts, women scholars at Bay Path College have come together to present inspired and well-researched arguments for positive transformation across a global landscape. From informational technology to media; financial intelligence to the national healthcare crisis; agricultural change to the world’s water supply; health and wellness to regulatory judgments; the impact of poverty, racism, and the persistence of human trafficking; we as a nation have a responsibility to evoke a positive movement towards establishing a safer future across all of these domains.< Less
Women Writers - Lisa Ray By Lisa Ray
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Final book for English 273; Novels Women Writers; Professor Lisa Ray.
Wordy Women Writers By Stephanie Brzezinski
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This is a collection of excerpts from longer works written by women during the nineteenth and early twentieth century. Included in the collection are twelve women writers who have contributed greatly... More > to American literature. We can learn a lot from them. The writers found within the book are: Jane Austen, Emily Bronte, Charlotte Bronte, Louisa May Alcott, Lucy Maud Montgomery, Willa Cather, Mary Shelley, Virginia Woolf, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Harriet Martineau, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and Mary Roberts Rinehart.< Less
2006 Women Writers Reading By St. Mary's College of Maryland
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Women Writers 2006 is a collection of poems and prose by women across Maryland. Published by St. Mary’s College of Maryland, the collection includes poems and essays representing girls as... More > young as age five and women as old as seventy-five. The aim of the collection is to illustrate writing by women from a variety of backgrounds, to give voice to the experience of women across ethnicities, classes, ages, and sexualities. Women Writers 2006 was produced in conjunction with Women Writers Reading, an annual event that serves as the culminating campus activity for Women’s History Month.< Less

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