Welcome to Holiday Reads! In this segment, Ball State English brings you a selection of recommended reads just in time for the Winter Break. In this post, Assistant Professor Craig O’Hara recommends Sum: Forty Tales from the Afterlives by David Eagleman. Why should we read this, Craig? Brevity can be one of the most difficult […]
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Welcome to Holiday Reads! In honor of the holidays, Ball State English brings you Holiday Reads, a series of recommended books (or in this case–films!) from #bsuenglish students and faculty. For our first installment, senior literature major Rachel Crawley recommends the film Stuck Between Stations, directed by Brady Kiernan. Tell us about this film, Rachel. […]
Congratulations Ashley Ray Cox. You win Tweet of the Week! Come to RB 297 to claim your prize. You know its going to be a good day when you talk about #MarilynManson in your #Lit class. #ArtIsTheQuestion #bsuenglish — Ashley Ray Cox (@AshleyRayCox) December 8, 2014 Check out this week’s Storify!
by Cathy Day Did you notice a difference this year in the English Department? If so, it’s because of this group of students. These are the #bsuenglish PR Interns. Supervised by me, the Assistant Chair of Operations, they coordinated the internal and external communication needs of the department. Let me explain to you their specific […]
Congratulations Cooper! You win Tweet of the Week for sharing your publication accomplishment. Come to RB 297 on Monday to claim your prize! Check out this week’s Storify!
Tuesday = Good News In the latest installment of the “Good News” series, the Ball State English department highlights the accomplishments of our faculty and students up through the month of November. That’s right. We have so much good news that we’re sharing it once a month rather than once a semester. Interested in past […]
Time to tune in, English majors, for another round of excellent advice from Johna Picco. Below, she gives us four amazing tips on graduate school, internships, and Life After The English Major. So, what’s up, Johna? It’s been nearly four years (how?!) since my initial blog post and not only have the years flown by […]