Juniors to take Writing Proficiency Exam Sept. 27-Oct. 1

Students classified as juniors with at least 60 hours, but no more than 90 hours, are making final preparations as they prepare to take the Writing Proficiency Exam Sept. 27 - Oct. 1. The WPE, a university requirement, purportedly measures a student’s ability to write critically and creatively at a … [Read more...]

Poetry slam at Fuzzy’s Taco Shop March 17

The Writing Center staff will be hosting the first poetry slam of the year at Fuzzy’s Taco Shop from 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. on March 17 giving students and staff a chance to share different forms of poetry while enjoying food and each other’s company.These poetry nights have been held at least once or … [Read more...]

Popularity, knowledge increase with new writing center location

Helping students with writing, giving professors helpful tips for their lectures, and boosting students' confidence-just some of the goals of the Writing Center. Despite staff members willing to help students improve their writing, the Writing Center wasn't always easy to find. Because of this, … [Read more...]

Diverse course offering adds depth to education

When I started as an associate professor of humanities and English in the fall of 2015, I was excited not only to start teaching film courses again, but also to meet the dynamic faculty and students of the Department of English, Humanities and Philosophy—including faculty member of the year, … [Read more...]

Campus author speaks about debut novel

Campus Author Speaks About Debut Novel from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. For some students, finding the time to read for class can be difficult, but for one 19-year-old sophomore, reading just wasn't enough. Kendell Penington, an English student, recently published her first novel. The author … [Read more...]