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Spring 2019 English Department Newsletter

The Spring 2019 edition of the newsletter is now online! You can view the PDF here or visit the Newsletters section of this website to view it along with past newsletters. This edition summarizes department news and events from the 2018-19 academic year, with a look forward to fall 2019… Continue Reading: Spring 2019 English Department Newsletter

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Meet Alum Zachary Orr ’18

Zachary Orr ’18 Hometown: North Richland Hills, Texas Major: English Current Employment: Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Army   Any highlights of your time here that you want to share? I was a cadet with the Army ROTC program on campus. The greatest privilege of my years here at Wake Forest… Continue Reading: Meet Alum Zachary Orr ’18

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Meet Alum Christina Berry ’17

  Hometown: Riverside, California Major:  English Major, Art History Minor, Class of 2017 Current Employment: Professional Services Associate at TrackMaven in Washington, DC    What role has the English major played in your career path? I am a firm believer in majoring in what you love, because your passion and… Continue Reading: Meet Alum Christina Berry ’17

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Meet Alum Emily Hershman ’12

  Hometown: Leesburg, Virginia Major/Minor: Major in English and double minor in History and Women’s and Gender Studies Current Employment: Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Notre Dame What role has the English major played in your career path? After taking my first English course (an American literature survey during fall… Continue Reading: Meet Alum Emily Hershman ’12

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Meet Alum Catherine (Coelho) Riley ’10

Hometown: Hilmar, CA Major/Minor: Majors in English and Communication, minor in Spanish  Current Employment: Part-Time Assistant Professor, WFU Department of Communication, Owner and Director, Great American Writer’s Camp What role has the English major played in your career path?  English was my double, “just for fun” major. That’s what I… Continue Reading: Meet Alum Catherine (Coelho) Riley ’10

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