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English major Garrett Finn Publishes Piece on Betrayal

It’s always important for students to consider ways in which the things they learn in one class can be applied in other contexts; it’s also important for students to begin expanding the audience for what they’re writing beyond a given professor and beyond a given class. We always love it when our students find an […]
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And the Publishing Credits Keep Rolling In!

Four more students from Dr. Devet’s ENGL 305: Advanced Composition course have been published. Congratulations to Philosophy major Patrick Ferri for his essay “A Loose Guide to Conventions” about attending and surviving at ComiCon, and to English/History major Sam Piergross for her essay  “Cheers?” on her first visit to Paris. Further congratulations go out to […]
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From the Classroom to the Public Sphere: Student Publishes Essay

English major (Secondary Education), Samantha Connors’s travel essay “After Honors at the Colosseum” has been published at Hackwriters.com.  Sam wrote this piece as part of her work in ENGL 305: Advanced Composition with Dr. Devet. Congratulations, Sam!
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Ryan Graudin ’09 Launches Young Adult Book with Major Publisher

First published on Dec. 13, 2013 by Christine Ragusa on the HSS blog. Since graduating from the Honors College in 2009, Ryan Graudin has been putting the skills she learned as an English major to use.  Her love for books (plus a lot of blood, sweat and tears) has landed Ryan a contract with a […]
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Alumna Offered Three-book Deal

Congratulations to Ryan Graudin who sold world rights to her young adult novel The Walled City to Little, Brown Books for Young Readers! Her work will appear as a three-book series. Read more about her story here at Publishers Weekly.
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Hot Off the Presses: Alumnae Publish First Poems

The finely wrought poetic lines of graduates in English with a Concentration in Creative Writing have debuted recently in national literary journals in print and on the web. Alexandra Daley (’12) published two poems: “Knowing” in Emerge Literary Journal and “Silence” in The Oklahoma Review. Morgan O’Grady (’12), currently an MFA graduate student in poetry […]
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