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English majors are making a difference at the University and in surrounding communities.
Major Spotlight: Marley Richmond
about Major Spotlight: Marley Richmond
This major is a writing consultant at the Center for Writing’s Student Writing Support, as well as Co-Editor in Chief of The Tower and managing editor at The Wake
Jack LaFontaine: Knight of the Oval
about Jack LaFontaine: Knight of the Oval
The Gopher hockey goalie finds joy and insight in analyzing texts (literary and otherwise).
Major Spotlight: Amalia Oien
about Major Spotlight: Amalia Oien
This senior is pursuing two minors, Creative Writing and Racial Justice in Urban Schooling.
Major Spotlight: Baz DeMar
about Major Spotlight: Baz DeMar
Double majoring in Art History, this junior analyzes both text and visuals.
Major Spotlight: Halima Samatar
about Major Spotlight: Halima Samatar
Minoring in African and African American Studies and History, this senior is doing an internship in Madrid (virtually).
Major Spotlight: Ann Petersen
about Major Spotlight: Ann Petersen
Minoring in Chemistry, these major works with teens at the Minneapolis Central Library.
Major Spotlight: Adele Loh
about Major Spotlight: Adele Loh
This English-Psychology double major recommends taking a community engagement course in English.
Major Spotlight: Ethan Voss
about Major Spotlight: Ethan Voss
The leader of the English student organization FUSE recommends you join!
English majors win President's Leadership Awards
about English majors win President's Leadership Awards
English majors Schumacher and Silvola win University-wide honors for exceptional initiative.
Major Spotlight: Liv Riggins
about Major Spotlight: Liv Riggins
This senior, a double major in Technical Writing, interned at First Avenue, Franklin Library, and the Museum of Russian Art.
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