Monthly Archives: April 2011

Career Development Center presentation–Notes

Where do I go to learn about grad school? Is there anywhere that will help me get a job? Is there a center that will help me write my resume? I want to study abroad. Where should I go to … Continue reading

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Presentation Commentary: Shayna Lyle–Vampire Literature

Eighteenth century through present day, vampires have had an upfront appearance in literature. From romance and “chick lit,” to gothic horrors, vampires have dominated literature though out the centuries. Shayna Lyle presented various examples of the modern and historic vampire … Continue reading

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*fixed* Student Presentation Commentary: Alyssa Altman–From Villian to Hero

Vampires used to parish at the sight of a cross or at the presence of the host. Vampires used to be dark, terrifying creatures that would stalk about during the night hunting for their next victim. They were portrayed as … Continue reading

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Student Presentation Commentary: Alyssa Altman–From Villain to Hero

Vampires used to parish at the sight of a cross or at the presence of the host. Vampires used to be dark, terrifying creatures that would stalk about during the night hunting for their next victim. They were portrayed as … Continue reading

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Dr. Mardson’s Presentation: Law

Law in literature, law as literature—literature is everywhere, yet people still question why law majors sometimes double major with English. John Mardson presented connections between literature and law and explained to the class why it is important for lawyers and … Continue reading

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