Fredrick Douglass was a man of many talents. After escaping the shackles of slavery, he left Baltimore and went on to New York, where he became a renowned abolitionist, author, and orator. Douglass Day takes place on February 14th, the day Fredrick Douglass chose to celebrate his birthday, since he never knew the exact date. Those records had long been lost, or never existed. Douglass Day is celebrated by many and is one of the most noted celebrations during Black History Month. ...Click here to read more.
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English Language and Literature News
On Saturday, March 26th, the English Department hosted a trip to Philadelphia for English majors and minors to attend the Association of Writers and Writing Programs, also known as, AWP! ...Click here to read more.
On February 25th Stevenson hosted its annual Paul D. Lack Scholarship showcase. This event is where students and faculty can display their research, projects, and creative works for the Stevenson community to see! At this year's showcase, English majors Janel Heasley and Leah Bayley-Hay presented projects of their own. These projects originated from Aaron Chandler's English 332 class, Advanced Critical Approaches to Literature. ...Click here to read more.
Many of us have questions about what to pursue as a career once we exit the gates of Stevenson University. As English majors, there are so many options for careers, but so little we know about them personally. Luckily for us however, there were those who came before us!...Click here to read more.