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About 50 students in the Writing Program will attend the 18th National Conference for Peer Tutors in Writing Nov. 2-4 at Muhlenberg College.

The students will serve as discussion leaders at the conference, which is co-sponsored by Lafayette. Five English majors will make a formal presentation at a session on “Past and Future: Centering a Writing Program by Using Its History” Saturday, Nov. 3: Heather Bastian ’03 (Hamburg, Pa.), Rebecca Novia ’02 (New Canaan, Conn.), Bill Simmons ’04 (Trenton, N.J.), Erin Wyble ’02 (Wharton, N.J.), and Liza Zitelli ’02 (Bergenfield, N.J.).

The conference co-chairs are Beth Seetch, coordinator of College Writing at Lafayette, and Linda Miller, associate professor of English at Muhlenberg College. The program co-chairs include Bianca Falbo and William Carpenter, assistant professors of English at Lafayette.

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