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monday december 4 / 7pm griffin gateNew Voices Student Reading

The NEW VOICES Student Reading returns to the Griffin Gate (southwest corner of the Building 60, Student Center) to cap off a semester of hard work and literary inspiration. This popular event is always personal favorite for students and instructors. Our students are what it's all about, and these rising stars will impress you with their readings and performances of original poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, drama, and other unique and hybrid forms of literary and spoken word art.
The student reading may be our last literary event in 2017, but a new year is just around the corner. Watch this space in January for details of the 22nd Annual Literary Arts Festival, returning in April 2018.
 
FRS 2017
  
Last Updated: 11/23/2017

For more information, visit the complete  Fall 2017 Class Schedule or the official  Grossmont College Course Catalog.  Need some inspiration? Check out our fall 2017  Featured Courses, our seasonal selection of special topic courses and limited availability offerings.

Featured and Open Courses 
New course, this fall: 
English 099: Accelerated Preparation
English 99
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