Stevenson University has once again conjured up a fall semester course that has students wanting to go to class. In the “Stranger than Fiction” course, students are given the opportunity to read, analyze, and present their findings on pieces ranging from Barbara Ehrenreich's “Nickel and Dimed” to Gay Talese's “Frank Sinatra has a Cold.”...Click here to read more.
English Language and Literature News
The English Club went to the Spotlighters Theatre in Baltimore to see “A Sensation Novel: A Musical Play in Three Volumes” on Thursday, September 17....Click here to read more.
Meet Michael Stabile, an SU English major completing a very cool internship. Detail-oriented, meticulous and driven – Michael is a model student with a deep passion for learning and a determination to succeed. That determination and passion have served him well this semester in his internship at Bancroft Press....Click here to read more.
Hi everyone! Marc Kohlman back again with the word on what’s new in the English Department.
Many of you are fans of Edgar Allan Poe’s vivid poetry and terrifying stories, I’m sure. I’m also sure that you’ll be as amazed as I was to learn that the English Department’s own Kathy Brown is the current president of the Edgar Allen Poe Society....Click here to read more.
Hi everyone, Marc Kohlman here with the latest in what’s new in the English Department. Today I want to tell you all about a cool lecture I went to last Tuesday, a lecture that illustrates exactly why going to Stevenson is so exciting. The visiting speaker, part of the Stevenson Speaker Series, was none other than acclaimed filmmaker Ken Burns!...Click here to read more.