Published each fall and spring semester, Line by Line: A Journal of Beginning Student Writing recognizes outstanding work created by students in the First- and Second-Year Writing Program at the University of Dayton. Submission is open to all students in ENG 100, ENG 114, ENG 198, ENG 200, ASI 110, or ASI 120.
Current Issue: Volume 8, Issue 1 (2022)
Awards for the Issue
Barbara Farrelly Award for Best Writing of the Issue ($200 Award): Luke Colegrove, "Racing to Equality: A Critique of Female Exclusion in Motorsports"
Best Researched Argument ($100 Award): Madeline Shelly, "The Power of Females and Femininity in 'The Silmarillion'"
Best Personal Argument ($100 Award): Eunice Anomakoh, "Undocumented: Hidden in Plain Sight"
Father Jack McGrath, S.M., Award for Research in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition: Eleanor Yates-McEwan, "He Came in like a Wrecking Ball: How Martin Luther Dismantled the Three Walls of the Romanists"
Submissions are now being accepted for Volume 9, Issue 1.
Summary & Rhetorical Analysis of Augustine’s Conversion Story
Kathleen M. Crump
Brothers: Their Unexpected Effects on Women's Careers
Victoria L. Brey
The Power of Females and Femininity in 'The Silmarillion'
- Dr. Margaret M. Strain, Director of the Writing Program, Department of English
- Associate Editor
- Lori Phillips-Young, Writing Program Coordinator, Department of English
- Editorial Board
- Alaa Bader
- Albino Carrillo
- Sooyoung Chung
- Joe Craig
- Jenna DeGruy
- Josie Forstoff
- Lauren Gilliland
- Madeline Haara
- Liz Hutter
- Christina Klimo
- Amy Krug
- Madeleine Onderak
- Marie Pece
- Bridget Retzloff
- Skylar Sharkey
- Christopher Syeh
- Sue Trollinger