Tag: students


  • Top 100 Students Profile: Sam Scoma

    Sam Scoma is a Ball State senior who majors in English (her concentration being in Rhetoric & Writing). She has been placed onto the Top 100 Students list for the 2021-2022 school year, which recognizes 100 juniors & seniors that represent Beneficence both in and out the classroom. How has being a Top 100 student […]

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  • Top 100 Students Profile: Grace Babcock

    Grace Babcock is a Ball State senior who majors in English (her concentration being in Literature). She has been placed onto the Top 100 Students list for the 2021-2022 school year, which recognizes 100 juniors & seniors that represent Beneficence both in and out the classroom. How has being a Top 100 student impacted how […]

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  • Letter from the Chair

    Greetings, from someone relatively new to this position, an endeavor so far exhilarating, a challenge, yes, but likewise an opportunity. English is the largest department on campus, and we like to stay busy, vivid, vibrant—of quality and quantity. We proudly do things, make things, analyze things, with a critical and imaginative mind. A lot of […]

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  • October/November Good News

    The past two months have been productive for #bsuenglish, and we have the good news to prove it! ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Faculty Professor Michael Begnal Professor Begnal’s book The Music and Noise of the Stooges, 1967-71: Lost in the Future was published by Routledge. More information on Begnal’s critical monograph can be found here: https://www.routledge.com/The-Music-and-Noise-of-the-Stooges-1967-71-Lost-in-the-Future/Begnal/p/book/9780367648435 Begnal also […]

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  • January & February Good News

    Us #bsuenglish folks just keep accomplishing more and more great things! Read our good news from January and February to share in the joy radiating from our faculty, students, and alumni.  Faculty Dr. Suban Nur Cooley has won the 2021 Conference on College Composition and Communication James Berlin Memorial Outstanding Dissertation Award for her dissertation Carrying […]

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  • Fall Good News

    It’s been a tough fall, but that hasn’t stopped #bsuenglish students and faculty from having a myriad of good news. Continue reading to celebrate all of our department’s achievements from the past couple of months as we near the end of 2020. 

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