Shazia Rahman loves to teach and to learn. She is a postcolonial ecocritic, and she is in the process of publishing her first book while writing her second. Time spent in her office… Continue reading
Under the cover of twilight on the edge of a damp and chilly evening in February, a group of people snuck onto the sidewalk of an unassuming YMCA carrying tools of all shapes.… Continue reading
The Malpass library is the beating heart of academia at WIU. Standing tall at the center of campus, the library is so much more than just a building; it’s a home. I have… Continue reading
An in-depth look at one of the unsung heroes of the English department.
Entering freshman year for me felt like staring down another brief eternity; I had just finished high school and completed a chapter of my life, only to be faced with the prospect of… Continue reading
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