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Major Lilian Nassif gives closing remarks at 2021 diploma ceremony

Lilian Nassif, an English and Communication double major with a minor in Journalism, gave the closing remarks at the first 2021 Bachelor of Arts Diploma Ceremony (the first recognized majors from Anthropology to German, alphabetically; the second was for majors from History to Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies). Nassif spoke… Continue Reading: Major Lilian Nassif gives closing remarks at 2021 diploma ceremony

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Spring 2021 English Student Scholarships and Awards

Congratulations to the recipients of the English Department’s 2020-2021 scholarships and awards! In the absence of our annual in-person awards reception, their professors have recorded brief videos about these students’ accomplishments. H. Broadus Jones Senior Award for Excellence in English Awarded to an outstanding senior major. Recipient: Natalie Bradford,… Continue Reading: Spring 2021 English Student Scholarships and Awards

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Read the Winter 2021 issue of Three to Four Ounces

The Winter 2021 issue of Three to Four Ounces, Wake Forest’s student literary magazine, is now available in digital form. The issue features work by Wake Forest students Kaylah Bozkurtian, Brianna Coppolino, Dianna LaTerra, Anna Lawrence, Marilla Morrison, Kathryn Paulsen, and contributing editors McKenzie Baker and Declan Sander. Click the… Continue Reading: Read the Winter 2021 issue of Three to Four Ounces

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Class of 2021 contributes books to Sigma Tau Delta shelf in Ammons Lounge

The 2021 seniors from Wake Forest’s Sigma Omega chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, the international English honor society, will be the third class to add beloved books to the organization’s permanent collection in Ammons Lounge in Tribble Hall. Each senior selected a book that they studied at Wake Forest that… Continue Reading: Class of 2021 contributes books to Sigma Tau Delta shelf in Ammons Lounge

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Sarah Humphreville ’10 gives talk about professional editing

The English Student Association and Sigma Tau Delta invited English alumna Sarah Pirovitz Humphreville ’10 to speak with majors and minors about the world of professional editing on April 13. Humphreville is the trade and academic editor for public health, epidemiology, and science & tech studies at Oxford University Press.… Continue Reading: Sarah Humphreville ’10 gives talk about professional editing

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Meet Creative Writing Minor Kaylah Bozkurtian ’22

Hometown: Garden City, New York Major/Minors: Studio Art major; Theatre, History, & Creative Writing minors WFU Highlights: During the spring semester of my sophomore year, I took CRW 384: Playwriting; we were only on-campus through March 2020, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but in the time that I spent with… Continue Reading: Meet Creative Writing Minor Kaylah Bozkurtian ’22

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Meet English Major Declan Sander ’23

Hometown: Hendersonville, North Carolina Major/Minors: English & German major, Creative Writing minor Highlights of my time at Wake: Being surrounded by a community of other language nerds, able to become the whole person I never was in high school. Going to basketball games, being named a Carswell-Mullen Scholar, building the… Continue Reading: Meet English Major Declan Sander ’23

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Meet English Major Heather McCauley ’21

Hometown: Chandler, Arizona Majors: English and French Highlights of your time at Wake: Every second of it, from spontaneous road trips to Florida to working at the student-run coffee shop on campus to becoming ESA president to carrying around three Norton anthologies at once because I thought it would be… Continue Reading: Meet English Major Heather McCauley ’21

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Meet English Major Victoria Rackley ’21

Hometown: Boulder, Colorado Majors: English & Communication Highlights of your time at Wake: My favorite moments at Wake Forest have been the ones spent building relationships and memories that I’ll always cherish. I’ll never forget drinking coffee with friends in the Tribble courtyard and building muscle by carrying around the… Continue Reading: Meet English Major Victoria Rackley ’21

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Maggie Fox and Alice Graham-Welton awarded 2019-20 D.A. Brown Awards for Excellence in Writing

Each year, English faculty submit the best essays from their lower-level and upper-level literature courses, and a faculty panel awards the writers of the top essay in each category the D.A. Brown Award for Excellence in Writing. The 2019-20 recipients of the D.A. Brown Award for Excellence in Writing are… Continue Reading: Maggie Fox and Alice Graham-Welton awarded 2019-20 D.A. Brown Awards for Excellence in Writing

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