Tuesday, August 28, 2012


Once again, the Appalachian Prison Book Project, which provides reading material to incarcerated men and women, has made the news. There's a nice writeup of the project in The Daily Athenaeum featuring interviews with graduate student interns Dominique Bruno and Mike Buso, who seem to have mastered the art of the sound bite.

The Tenants were also pleased to see on APBP's blog that the organization has been awarded 501c3 status as a nonprofit organization.

If you're a student, undergraduate or graduate, and interested in getting involved in APBP, you can attend the first meeting of APBP's "school club" this Friday, Aug 31, at 3 pm in room 130, Colson Hall.

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