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As part of Lafayette College's continuing celebration of National Poetry Month, creative writing students will hold the a poetry reading at noon Wednesday, April 28, in the Marlo Room of Farinon Center.

Called the “It's-The-End-of-the-Millennium-We're-All-Going-to-Die Poetry Reading,” the event is open to the public free of charge. Bagels and other refreshments will be served.

Scheduled to present their work are John (Jay) Arnold '99 of Hockessin, Del.; Lia Caiazzo '99 of Rye Brook, N.Y.; John Durante '00 of Franklin Lakes, N.J.; Donald Gartland '00 of Ocean City, N.J.; Mary Ellen Graziani '99 of Rockville Centre, N.Y.; Amy Mahon '00 of Wildwood Crest, N.J.; Jocelyn Mattutini '00 of White Plains, N.Y.; Meredith Miller '00 of Katonah, N.Y.; Scott Rosen '99 of West Milford, N.J.; Ryan Schumann '99 of Millington, N.J.; Mark Sokoloff '99 of Eastchester N.Y.; Nicole Stodard '99 of Gambrills Md.; Brian Want '00 of Hazleton, Pa.; and Acelya Yonac '01 of Milan, Italy.

Schumann will be master of ceremonies for the event. An open-mike reading will follow.

For more information, call Lee Upton, professor of English and writer-in-residence, 610-330-5250.

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