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Student Success: Joshua Johnston Represents WKU English for World Book Night Celebration

Every year on April 23–Shakespeare’s birthday–folks nationwide donate books to people in their communities for the World Book Night (WBN) celebration, and this year in Bowling Green, one of the WKU English department’s own undergraduate students took center stage for the event. Joshua Johnston, a brand new WKU English alumni joined Kristie Lowry, Outreach Coordinator for WKU Libraries, at the
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Successful Interns: Chantel Bowman

As some of our readers may know, this semester contains the most interns the English department has ever had. It is a growing community among the English majors and we want to keep it going. For those of you looking into an internship for the future, here is just one example of the many great things you could be doing during
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Student Success: Ashley Coulter to Join Teach For America

Join us in congratulating undergraduate student Ashley Coulter for her acceptance into the Teach For America (TFA) corps. TFA appealed to Ashley because “I didn’t have to change or present myself in a certain way to be accepted as a TFA corps member. TFA aligned with the person I already am.” And that person is a born leader and educator.
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Student Success: Amanda Mitchell at the Medieval Association of the Midwest Conference

I spoke with fellow English major, Amanda Mitchell, today about her recent experience at the 29th annual Medieval Association of the Midwest conference, which was held at Indiana State University in Terre Haute, Indiana, from September 26th through 28th. Amanda’s portion of the project was funded by the FUSE grant she was awarded this year. She and Dr. Alison Langdon
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