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Not long ago, Rolling Stone published a list of the 40 Best YA Novels. One of the books on that list was the just-released Vivian Apple at the End of the World by Katie Coyle. She’s a former student of Professor Cathy Day, and she’s coming to Indiana. Thursday, February 5, 7:30pm at UIndy, Schwitzer Student […]
Brian Morrison Ball State English Professor. Published writer. Part of Ball State’s Faculty Reading Series. On Wednesday the 28th… Brian Morrison will read with Silas Hansen as part of Ball State’s Faculty Reading Series. The Faculty Reading Series hopes to bring English professors into the spotlight, showcasing their talents and interests outside of class. Brian is still […]
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Are you currently battling depression? Have you been diagnosed with depression? Do you want to make a difference? We’re excited to tell you about Facing Depression: a collaboration between Ball State University and The Facing Project. Facing Depression hopes to inspire a dialogue around depression—an issue that touches so many lives in our community, yet is […]
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During the spring semester 2014, creative writing major Jessie Fudge (B.A. 2014) worked as a fact checker at the magazine Indianapolis Monthly. She got a few online bylines as well, such as this piece about a Ball State immersive learning course on Kurt Vonnegut, a profile of a flask maker, as well as coverage of the […]
Which of these thoughts has ever crossed your mind? [Check all that apply.] “I want to belong to something. How do I get involved?” “Am I taking the right classes to graduate?” “I know I like English, but what should I focus on?” “I know I should do an internship. How do I make that […]
In November, Ball State English kicked off its first ever National Novel Writing Month competition amongst its faculty, students, friends, and alumni. Our writers warred against each other at weekly Monday Write-Ins, pushing their word counts higher than ever before. Weekly word champions were announced via Twitter. Cumulatively, our 20 participants wrote a combined total […]