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Author Archives: Page Harrison
In case you don’t know what to read this weekend while you loaf in your hammock, we are here to share that 2017 Pulitzer Prize Winners have been announced. From reporting to feature writing to all our most well-known genres, … Continue reading
Do you have a concern or passion for nature? Do you have a review on the industrial system? Chances are, if you do, it shows through in at least one or two of your written works. If this is the … Continue reading
Registration is coming April 10th and that means waking up very early to get the classes we want. Unless we want to make some big decisions while still half asleep, we have to decide now which classes to take in the fall. Continue reading
Goldenrod– more than an allergy-inducing plant or the state flower of Kentucky– is also the English Club’s yearly poetry festival. Goldenrod is a chance for you to show off your stuff and to learn from other poets. All students are … Continue reading
Applications are due by March 27, 2017.
Spend a couple hours over spring break filling out the application and have something to talk to employers about for years to come. Continue reading
“And what do you plan to do after graduation?” – too many people “Graduation is closer than you think” – Cherry Hall bathroom stall door “What are you going to do with that degree, teach?” – every stranger I mention … Continue reading
The WKU Sustainability Committee is accepting submissions for the Earth Day Festival Poetry Slam until March 31st. After the call for submissions ends on March 31, the poetry slam committee will read through the submissions and let everyone know by … Continue reading
“My idea of hell on earth is a literary party and I have an uneasy feeling that this post carries with it a lot of sherry-drill with important people.” – Philip Larkin, on refusing the post of Professor of Poetry … Continue reading
Announcing the Fifth Annual Jane Austen Summer Program: “200 Years of Persuasion“ June 15-18, 2017 Carrboro and Chapel Hill, North Carolina This 4-day symposium focuses on one of Austen’s works each summer. The 2017 JASP will celebrate the 200th anniversary of … Continue reading