On January 31st, English majors Hannah Humphries and I showcased our Global Game Jam game, “Lost Radios,” along with Film and Moving Image major, Adrienne Civetti, at Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA). We presented our game in front of representatives of the International Game Developer Association--Baltimore Chapter, as well as students from MICA and other area universities. ...Click here to read more.
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Over this past weekend, English majors participated in Global Game Jam, a worldwide weekend long event where people come together and create video games. Every year, Global Game Jam picks a theme and this year’s theme was “Transmissions.”...Click here to read more.
November is known as National Novel Writing Month, or Nanowrimo for short. Every year, thousands of people participate in Nanowrimo, and attempt to write every single day in November. The goal of Nanowrimo is that hopefully by the end of the month, writers have completed a novel....
On November 15, Dr. Licastro visited the English Club and showed them a virtual reality video experience for the Man Booker Prize Winning novel, Lincoln in the Bardo, written by George Saunders.
On Sunday, Sept 24, SU English graduate Elizabeth Mayer and English senior Mone Moore read at the Baltimore Book Festival at the Inner Harbor as part of the Ivy Bookshop’s University Writers’ Program....