May 2018 Monthly Archive

Meadow with blue flowers

News of Note May 2018

Andrew Altschul’s essay, “Lima,” about the high-end restaurant scene in Peru’s capital, appears in the May issue of Hemispheres and Rhapsody, the United Airlines in-flight magazines. If you’re flying United in May, you’ll find it in your seat-back pocket. For the […]

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Resources for Surviving Finals Week

Last semester, Michaela Hayes wrote a post, How to Survive Finals Week. It gives some really helpful tips for getting through the week with grace and sanity. Here are a few more things to add for surviving the end of this […]

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Award winners

Spring Semester 2018 Accomplishments

Recently the English Department gathered for an awards ceremony. We celebrated students who’d won awards and were awarded scholarships. It was a big deal, and yet these weren’t the only accomplishments worth sharing for Spring 2018. What follows is our […]

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Sue Russell: Memories and Good Wishes

In a Humans of Eddy feature, we asked Sue Russell what she likes most about her job. She answered, “I enjoy the interaction with students and faculty.  I’ve really enjoyed advising students and getting to know them better.” This afternoon the […]

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News of Note April 2018

Dan Beachy-Quick has a short essay up at The Brooklyn Rail, part of a critic’s section curated by Ann Lauterbach, on Why Poetry Now: EJ Levy’s hybrid essay, “Natural World,” which appeared in Passages North, has been awarded a […]

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Book cover of Ross Gay's "Catalog of Unabashed Gratitude"

Creative Writing Reading Series: Ross Gay

The final installment of the 2017-2018 Creative Writing Reading Series took place to the sound of a sorority party happening next door. The bellows of Taylor Swift, celebration, and Greek chants penetrated through the walls. But even that couldn’t overshadow […]

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