Monthly Archives: October 2014


Scary movies: Love ‘em or hate ‘em, they seem to be everywhere this time of year. To many, Halloween night wouldn’t be the same without nestling up to candy wrappers while watching that creepy, serial killer doll run rampant. We’ve asked John Bruns, director of the film studies minor and professor in the English department, […]
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Sigma Tau Delta to host Graduate School Forum

Please join the Department of English and Sigma Tau Delta for a Graduate School Forum on Wednesday, October 22, from 6:30-8:00pm in Addlestone 227.  Professors Chris Warnick, Cynthia Lowenthal, Tim Carens, Jonathan Heinen, and Jesslyn Collins-Frohlich will speak about applying to graduate school, what to expect in graduate school, and what things students can do […]
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English Students Take their Pens to the CisternYard

In recent semesters, CisternYard Media–the College’s media conglomerate, rebranded in 2011-12–has taken off, receiving accolades for student-run media. It’s no surprise that many English majors are drawn to the Yard, contributing their writing and editing skills to articles on everything from indie-punk bands to art exhibits to campus social life and politics.  Christina D’Antoni (’14 […]
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