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50th Annual Comparative Literature SymposiumMedia Lab Director On the Air for Arts & SciencesDr. Shu (center) is surrounded by students from his graduate seminar.Quotes and Images from this year's Comparative European Modernism seriesSpend next summer exploring poetry and Sevilla, Spain.Bethany Pitchford's article helps reveal some of the ways students in technical communication can prepare themselves for effective science writing.It really is that simple. If you have 3 or more English classes left to fulfill an English minor, you will get $200 upon completion. Click the image to learn more.Meet Dr. Abigail Selzer King, a professor here in the English Department who teaches using a strategy called the Icon Library.Tim Elliott (left) poses with Dr. David Driskill (right) before the Urban Tech office.Over 100 postcards ready to mail off after a postcard-writing event to initiate 10 collective actions as a part of the Women's March campaign.Dr. Wenthe has been named the first Poet Laureate for Lubbock. This announcement will be officially made at the Lubbock Book Festival on October 27.The online program allows students to enjoy an equivalent education to an onsite graduate program, while completing their coursework from online.P&P was the perfect opportunity for stressed students to unwind and enjoy some down time with certified therapy dogs in the English Department atrium.

Upcoming Events

  • Mar22
    Creative Writing Series: Melissa Range
    English/Philosophy 106
  • Apr05
    Puppies and Pastries
    English Atrium
  • Apr06
    50th Annual Comparative Litertaure Symposium: Human Rights Now: Texts, Contexts, Comparisons
    English/Philosophy Building

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