August 8, 2022
Guided by the Aggie core values, a recent law graduate who began her Aggie journey in the Department of English advocates for those who lack representation.
March 24, 2022
Brazos Valley Reads 2022: Attica Locke “Bluebird, Bluebird” and the Souls of Black Texans
Attica Locke will discuss her award winning novels and screenwriting works as part of the Brazos Valley reads initiative at 7pm on April 6.
February 7, 2022
Millican Massacre Historical Marker
Amy Earhart and her undergraduate students are working to create a historical marker commemorating the Millican Massacre.
January 12, 2022
Nathanael Van Soest ‘22: An Aggie With A Passion For Storytelling
With the help of scholarship funding, English major Nathanael Van Soest ‘22 is pursuing his dreams of becoming a writer and director.
January 11, 2022
My First Semester As An English Aggie
Tiarra Drisker ‘25 shares her experience as an Aggie in the College of Liberal Arts.
December 16, 2021
How Mrs. Claus Embodied 19th-Century Debates about Women’s Rights
In this piece for The Conversation, the Department of English's Maura Ives discusses "the hardest-working woman in the North Pole."
October 19, 2021
17 Halloween Costumes For Bookworms
Tap into frightful creativity inspired by your favorite works of literature this Halloween!
October 15, 2021
Definitions vs. Connotations: What’s The Difference?
Many people wonder what the College of Liberal Arts’ name means. Marian Eide, a professor in the Department of English, has an explanation.
September 14, 2021
America’s New Battle: Post Traumatic Stress
As the 20-year Afghanistan War draws to a close, veterans are encountering a distinct battle known as post traumatic stress.
September 2, 2021
U.S. Veterans Return To The Question: ‘Did You Kill?’
As 20 years of war in Afghanistan come to a close, U.S. veterans are facing the question: "Did you kill?"