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Volumes 48 and 49 of The Pick entice readers with their strawberry-themed cover. The Pick will be finalizing its 51 volume this summer.

“The Pick”: Share and publish your scholarly paper

Hydee Holsapple, Staff Reporter July 19, 2022

The Pick is a student-driven publication that began in 1939 as “The Pick of the Patch” when Miss Vickers’ Leatherstocking Club published it. Its team is comprised of student assistant editors, a...

With advancements in digital technology, university professor Samuel Fuller is teaching his students to engage in unconventional digital mediums. ENGL 494/594 focus on the rhetoric of game design as a communication medium.

English professor connects gaming to publishing studies

Dylan Meche, Staff Reporter November 21, 2020

Most students may play video games as a hobby, but for one English class, video games are part of the curriculum. Samuel Fuller, an assistant English professor, teaches ENGL 494/594: Publishing in Digital...

Dr. Sarah Schillage-Truxillo, instructor of English, focused on literature by women in antiquity for her part on the panel in the Sims Memorial Library. The panel included faculty from the Department of English to discuss topics related to Womens History Month.

The influence of women in literature

Zachary Araki, Assistant Editor March 28, 2019

In celebration of Women's History Month, faculty members from the Department of English stimulated discussions about the influence of feminism and works of literature by women. Dr. Sarah Schillage-Truxillo,...

The Department of English offers resources like the Writing Center to help students with their writing including assignments outside of an English class.

More to English than reading and writing

Zachary Araki , A&E Editor August 21, 2018

The majority of students at the university are or will become familiar with the writing, reading and analysis characteristic of the Department of English through various English courses. Although interpreting...

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