• #BSUEnglish and the Stories We Love

    We’re back with another Retweet Rapport! Take a look at what we talked about during #LoveStories week and see who won the #bsuenglish Tweet of the Week! We talked about the opportunities that come with an English degree. Good to know! #bsuenglishworks https://t.co/D5H6MJ462m — Rachel Haywood (@Rachel_Marie_96) February 12, 2019 So much great advice from […]

  • Pilgrim Souls: Rachel Haywood

    Rachel Haywood: Former Prose Editor of The Broken Plate What’s a pilgrim soul? Yeats might say that it’s who we really are, not who we pretend to be. We say it’s someone who isn’t afraid to admit they’re searching, a current student who is on a path, but doesn’t know exactly where it will lead.  […]

  • Register for Book Arts Collaborative!

    Looking for another class to add to your schedule for Spring Semester that isn’t just another lecture? We have just the class for you. Book Arts Collaborative is an immersive-learning experience that is also student-managed business. What do students in Book Arts Collaborative do? Participants professionalize skills through a variety of hands-on learning and management […]

  • Gipson Schabel on Working at Book Arts Collaborative

    Creative Writing minor Gipson Schabel recounts her experience working at Book Arts Collaborative, a “makerspace in downtown Muncie where community members and Ball State students learn about letterpress printing, book binding, and artist’s book design and publishing.” Book Arts Collaborative is currently fielding applications for the Fall 2017 semester; interested students should email Rai Peterson at […]