And the Publishing Credits Keep Rolling In!

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…

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From the Classroom to the Public Sphere: Student Publishes Essay

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…

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Recent Faculty Achievements

Recent Faculty Achievements

An overdue congratulations is in order for the recent publishing achievements of our English faculty: Dr. Bonnie Devet‘s essay “Prince Christian Sound: Iceberg Canyon of…

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FILM STUDIES DIRECTOR LISTS TOP FIVE SCARY MOVIES

FILM STUDIES DIRECTOR LISTS TOP FIVE SCARY MOVIES

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…

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Sigma Tau Delta to host Graduate School Forum

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…

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English Students Take their Pens to the CisternYard

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…

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Kevin Simmonds Sets Our Ears Ablaze with Verse & Music

Kevin Simmonds Sets Our Ears Ablaze with Verse & Music

Last week, poet and musician, Kevin Simmonds read to a packed house in Towell Library for the first Crazyhorse Reading Series. His poems centered on…

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What to Do With a B.A. in English?

What to Do With a B.A. in English?

Recently, I was approached by a former student who was looking for advice: How can I apply my English major to a career? she asked….

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