On November 4, 2015, Stevenson University released its fall issue of THIS. If you are wondering what THIS is, it is a literary and media journal published online by Stevenson students....Click here to read more.
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On Halloween night, English Club hosted the annual Halloween Party, which was located in the banquet hall of Rockland. The party started promptly at 9pm and lasted until midnight....Click here to read more.
The English Club hosted its first Open Mic Night of the fall semester on September 24th. It was located in Ratcliffe Community Center on the Owings Mills Campus and hosted by our own Colleen Harrison. It lasted for about two hours. There were snacks and refreshments offered to everyone who came out to be entertained with and by us and there were many fabulous and surprising performances that night as well....Click here to read more.
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.
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.