On May 9th, Stevenson University’s English Department hosted their annual English Student Showcase! Here, English students present their projects, research papers, and internship experiences that they have completed over the semester. Awards are given and students, faculty, family, and friends come together to celebrate the end of the semester. ...Click here to read more.
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English 403 is a Writing Capstone class where students take on independent projects and present them at the English Showcase. This semester the class has been hard at work in perfecting their projects to prepare for the event! ...Click here to read more.
On April 12, The Greenspring Review, The Center of Diversity and Inclusion, and Student Activities teamed up to create the poetry competition “Versus.” During this competition, students performed a poetry piece they had written themselves in front of a panel of judges and live audience to win prizes. The three prizes were three Amazon gift cards. First place would receive $100, second place $75, and third place $50. ...Click here to read more.
For those of you who may not know, The Greenspring Review (GSR) is Stevenson University’s student-run literary magazine. Students and faculty can submit their creative works, whether it be visual art, poetry, prose, or music, to the magazine for a chance for it to be included in their latest issue. ...Click here to read more.
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.