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~Careers in English~

In ENG 402: Editing and Publishing, Dr. Jones hosts a visiting professional series in order to give students a realistic idea about the career opportunities that are available for English majors. This series has brought in employees Maggie Harris, Mac Kern, and Sarah Slatton from KirkpatrickPrice and editor and publisher, Steve Vest, from Kentucky Monthly.  This Friday, Amy Brack and Amanda
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Here’s What You Missed: Richard Hoffman

On March 19th, the English Department had the wonderful opportunity of hosting author Richard Hoffman to read sections from his new memoir Love and Fury. In this book, Hoffman talks about what it was like growing up in a blue-collar family, dealing with racist and sexist values he unfortunately inherited. Before the reading, students were greeted by a table full of
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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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17th Annual Jim Wayne Miller Celebration of Writing This Sunday

The Jim Wayne Miller Celebration of Writing is a contest hosted annually by WKU and is open to students in an English major or minor as well as those in creative writing classes. This event is free and open to the public and includes a reading by Silas House, followed by a reception and book signing. Join us! For more
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Need Help with Registration and iCAP? Dr. McCaffrey is Here to Help!

On Friday, November 8th at 3:00 p.m. Dr. Molly McCaffrey will be holding a registration and iCAP workshop for students in Cherry Hall 102. This workshop is for students who are not used to using iCAP or who have not registered for classes on their own; usually these are students who are new to WKU (freshmen and transfer students), but
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