Archive for the 'Study Abroad' Category

Need Motivation? Watch this!

As the end of the semester approaches, many of us are…well, quite done with school for the moment. As we boot up our computers to write that 9 page research paper we wonder why on Earth we thought it was a good idea to procrastinate this long. Those of us fortunate enough to be enrolled in multiple English classes have the
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Study Abroad While Ye May.

The English Department held a small study abroad fair in Cherry Hall. Here’s some people telling you why they think studying abroad in a useful thing for students.

English Alumna Mary Boothe Named PCAL Inductee Into Society of Distinguished Graduates

Mary Boothe has had an impressive undergraduate career here at WKU. Her commitment to sustainability, her research, her service, and her international experience combined to make her a deserving recipient of her most recent honor—becoming a PCAL inductee into the Society of Distinguished Graduates. Mary is heading to law school at William and Mary in Williamsburg, VA in a few
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Study Abroad Fair

As English majors, the desire to travel is in our blood. Whether it is visiting Hemingway’s home in Cuba or re-enacting scenes from Mrs. Dalloway in London, there are definitely amazing opportunities for literature lovers. The Study Abroad Fair will take place on February 12th in the Mass Media lobby. The description for the event states: Learn how you can set
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Guest Post from Jana Harrison: Life as an English Major at Harlaxton College

Harlaxton College is located in Lincolnshire, England and is a popular study abroad choice for WKU students as the university holds a partnership with the University of Evansville who is the owner of Harlaxton Manor. I spent the fall semester of my junior year studying within these great halls and traveling throughout Europe on the weekends. As an English literature
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