Monthly Archives: October 2016

An English Graduate Student Dialogue

Interviewer: Alex Plaumann, First-Year Rhetoric and Writing Interviewees:               Alex: Why English? What led to you to becoming English graduate students? Dominik: I started studying English in Austria in 1993 and the love of the language has always stuck with me. I had the opportunity to go to England when I was 16, and something about the language reverberated with me. So after my time

Student Takes on the English Major

Family and friends might think that being an English major leaves you with one option, teaching. But the reality is that your options are endless. Students can pick up on numerous skills that are viable for real world work environments. Employees are looking for communicators who can work productively with a team and coordinate effectively. They look for critical, innovative thinkers who can identify and solve problems. They want