Faculty and Staff Share their Passions at Common Reading Event

The kick-off panel for Peacock Passions, where faculty and staff members shared the interests that give their lives meaning and additional dimension, was held on September 18 in Pope Lecture Hall. This event is part of the Freshman Common Reading Program which is currently working with The Art of Work by Jeff Goins. A second […]

Summer Updates from the English Department

Gillian Adler, Ph.D., assistant professor of English, delivered a paper, “Theseus’s Loving Distance: Space, Sight, and the Boethian Intertext in Chaucer’s Knight’s Tale,” at the London Biennial Conference on “Chaucer and the Law.” Emily Amodeo, adjunct instructor in English, published a short story, “We’re Not Pageant People,” in the 40th Anniversary, special issue of Gargoyle. […]