Professor Meagan Nyland’s ENG 325 Creative Writing class read their original Halloween or spooky season themed short stories at the Spooky Stories event. It was free and students were encouraged to bring guests....
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Hey, I'm Josie. I'm a sophomore English major also pursuing a professional minor in Entrepreneurship & Small Business Development. I like reading, listening to music, binge-watching on Netflix, drinking fruity concoctions, and of course, writing whatever my crazy imagination comes up with. I’ve been writing since I was nine or ten years old. My huge goals include becoming an award-winning writer, move into a New York City brownstone, watch my stories come to life on the silver screens, and own several businesses.
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The Spooky Stories Write-In was a Greenspring Review (GSR) sponsored event. By the way, submit your creative work (includes unedited stories, poetry, music, spoken word videos, media, artwork, reviews, etc.) to GSR by Monday, November 4!...Click here to read more.
In my first year at Stevenson, some people that I’ve come to like and appreciate have left and things have shifted. I had to start over in the process of getting to know other people . . . and that is a nerve-racking task, especially if you’re not as outgoing of a person as I am. But I think the shift in leadership at the Greenspring Review is exciting. Our new editor-in-chief Jordan Mitchell is new and fresh with ideas. I recently had the pleasure to sit down and talk with her....Click here to read more.
First Year Seminar (FYS) is a class all students at Stevenson take their freshman year. Students have mixed reactions to FYS, but they could get behind spending a Friday afternoon serving the community. And that’s exactly what the combined FYS class of English, History, Theatre, and Interdisciplinary majors helmed by Dr. Laura Snyder did at the annual Mustang Make A Difference Day (MMADD) on Friday October 4, 2019!...Click here to read more.