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Students share readings at the English Department's Spring Fling, which went virtual this year. The annual event celebrates student awards and the English Honor Society. This clip features readings and work by Alexis Dinkins '20, Luke Pound '22, Jimmy Jackson '22, Danielle Black '21, Ruth Fuller '20, Hannah Ortiz '23, and Mahi Taban '21.

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