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Student Spotlight: Camille DiBenedetto

February 7, 2022

“I like writing about things that are actually happening in the world that I feel are relevant. Nonfiction can actually be super interesting if you tell the story the right way.”

Meet the 2021 PhD Cohort

September 24, 2021

The Department of English and Comparative Literature is welcoming a cohort of twelve new PhD candidates!

Student Spotlight: Gwendalyn Flick

July 23, 2021

Gwendalyn Flick, a double major in English and Business Administration, values the interdisciplinary focus of her classes. “I feel so lucky that I am able to be a part of two programs that see the value in cross-departmental learning,” she says.

Student Spotlight: Rachel Sauls

April 22, 2021

“My experience with literature has been a willingness to sit in the discomfort of someone else’s experience… Reading and literature have helped me to seek out different ways that people contextualize and make meaning from their experiences.”

Student Spotlight: Grace Morse

March 26, 2021

“It was very crucial for me to remember who I was as a writer, who I am as a person, where I want to go, who I’m looking to reach with my work—and I think that was something that I got better at understanding each English class I took.”