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  • Massive Open Online Course for Writers

    (Iowa City)  Everyone from published authors to "wet-behind-the-ears" writer wannabes have lots to learn in the University of Iowa's latest "Massive Open On-line Course".  Susanna Shive of Iowa's International Writing Program says it's called "How Writers Write Fiction".  She says they enrolled 7600 students in the first few hours.  But, she says there's always room for more.

     

    “It is completely unlimited and designed for a very large number of people,” said Shive.

     

    Shive says they're hoping the Fiction course will build on the success of their first MOOC: "How Writers Write Poetry".  She says they had more than 4-thousand enrollees in that course.

     

    To find out more or sign-up for the "How Writers Write Fiction" MOOC visit http://iwp.uiowa.edu/iwp-courses/distance-learning-courses/moocs

     

    Iowa Radio Network

    09/29/2014 

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  • It's Homecoming Week in Audubon

    (Audubon) 3-2 Audubon hosts winless Riverside for the Wheeler’s homecoming game on Friday. Audubon has managed to stay above .500 despite a rugged early schedule. Audubon’s only losses are to a pair of undefeated teams, Logan-Magnolia and IKM-Manning.

     

    The Wheelers ran for 240 yards last week in their 33-0 win over MVAO. The defensive shutout was their first of this season after having five shutouts in a seven game stretch late last year. In the Wheeler’s three wins this year they are allowing on average just over 11 points per game.

     

    Matthew Smith-Petersen leads the team in tackles with 59. He has more than twice as many stops as his next nearest teammate (Trevor Smith, 27). Last week the team won the turnover battle by posting a pair of interceptions. Cole Petersen ended the game with one pick and sparingly used senior Bradley Nissen had the other.

     

    Jake Mulford and Trevor Smith make Audubon go offensively. Smith has passed for 516 yards and rushed for 336 yards with 7 total touchdowns. Mulford has carried the ball 93 times for 546 yards. That’s an average of 5.9 yards per rush with 6 TD’s on the ground plus a punt and a kickoff return for touchdown. Mitchell Nelsen has been the team’s top target in the air. The junior dual-sport standout has caught 11 passes for 200 yards and 3 TD’s.

     

    Audubon split with Riverside last year. Co-head Coach Dustin Christensen says the team was able to do that by making improvements every week throughout the year. Coach Christensen says they’ve been improving each week this year as well.

     

    Click for the interview with Audubon co-coach Dustin Christensen

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    Mike McGinnis/Getty Images(HOUSTON) -- The Houston Astros hired A.J. Hinch as their new skipper."I am extremely excited to bring in A.J. as our new manager," Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow said at...Read More

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    Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images(ORCHARD PARK, N.Y.) -- After losing two straight, the Buffalo Bills have decided it was time to make a change at quarterback. Bills head coach Doug Marrone declared Monda...Read More

  • Bruins Re-Sign Krug and Smith

    Christian Petersen/Getty Images(BOSTON) -- Boston Bruins re-signed defenseman Torey Krug and forward Reilly Smith Monday.The two players each received one-year contracts worth an annual cap figure of ...Read More

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