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Ceremony to award writers

By Julissa Treviño/south news editor

South Campus students will be rewarded for literary achievements at the Script Awards Ceremony tonight.

The ceremony will award students whose original work has been selected for publication in the annual South Campus literary and art magazine, Script.

Sponsored by the English department, the evening will celebrate the students’ work through recognition and a monetary prize.

“ For inclusion in Script, students from any discipline submit original writing or art to the editors, which is then sent to separate judges. The judges select several pieces of writing and art, which are published in the journal,” Dr. Pauline Griffith, professor of English and co-editor of Script, said.

Script has published annually since the ’70s in the spring semester,” she said.

Several students will read their work to the audience, and the artwork will be displayed in the lobby of the Recital Hall of the Music Building.

The event is open to students and faculty.

There will be refreshments in the lobby and music by Jeffrey Stone, history instructor and guitarist.

The ceremony will be April 30 at 7 p.m. in the Recital Hall of the Music Building on South Campus.

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