Monthly Archive: October, 2016

Judge Not


By: Chris Bell “I think you should burn it.” This was my first piece of literary criticism, delivered in the paperback section of Osco Drug by my disapproving grandmother. The aforementioned criticism was precipitated… Continue reading

An English Major Abroad: The Truth in Travel


By: Molly Cameron “Traveling- it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller” -Ibn Battuta As an English major, when you make the decision to study abroad, the obvious choice is England.… Continue reading

Thesis in 200 Characters or Less


Ah, the thesis: the greatest of all undertakings a student of English can take. This intensive writing process may involve tears, sleep deprivation, and crippling moments of self-doubt, but those who emerge victorious… Continue reading