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PW English Student, Allison Gregory Authors Web Comic: 20/40

Allison Gregory is passionate about comics, to say the least. So much so, that she’s created a collaborative web comic with a group of friends titled 20/40. As stated on the official 20/40 website, each of the five people involved “bring a different flavor to the comic, keeping it alive and vital.” Allison’s role is to write for and manage
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Upcoming Event: 13th Annual Undergraduate Conference on Literature, Language, and Culture

Friday, November 22nd at 1:00 p.m. Cherry Hall 125 Come out and support your friends and fellow English majors!  Click here to download the program. The Undergraduate Conference on Literature, Language, and Culture is an annual event sponsored by the Western Kentucky University English Department, with generous support from the Provost’s Initiatives for Excellence. The conference features original analytical essays
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Internship Applications Due Tomorrow – Great Opportunities Next Semester – Don’t Miss Out!

As someone who has completed an internship in the English department, I highly recommend doing so during your undergraduate career. Not only does it give you hands-on experience and something tangible to add to your résumé, you get 3 hours of college credit toward your major and some life experience to boot! If you didn’t receive an email about English
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Deadline for Submissions to the 13th Annual Undergraduate Conference on Literature, Language, and Culture is Tomorrow

The deadline for student submissions to the 13th Annual Undergraduate Conference on Literature, Language, and Culture is tomorrow, Friday, November 1st. Be sure to ask for a cover sheet when you drop off your submission in the English office         (Cherry 135) by 4:30 p.m. Length of submission should be appropriate for a 10-minute reading time. The Undergraduate Conference on Literature,
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Proclivity for the Macabre? Enroll in Gothic Fiction this Spring!

If you love strange, frightening, and mysterious literature and films about things that go bump in the night, this is the course for you!  See the attached flyer for details about ENG 399: GOTHIC FICTION with Dr. Sandra Hughes, as well as the CRNs to enroll for the spring class on TopNet below. Limited availability means you may not get
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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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Win $200 and Get Your Work Published in The Albion Review! Submission Deadline: November 1st

The Albion Review is an annual undergraduate literary journal based out of Albion College. It has been published nationally since 2004. The Albion Review publishes works of poetry, prose, and art by emerging undergraduate talents. Contributors must currently be enrolled as an undergraduate student at any college or university and must not have already obtained an undergraduate degree. $200 prizes
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