So we're close to the end of the semester! Mostly that means trying to organize and reorganize your schedules for the fall, unless you're one of those otherwordly professional types who only need to tussle with the class list once. If you're like the rest of us (or me? Maybe just me? I hope it's not just me) and having any doubts about your (English) class lineup, have no fear, Boylan 3416 is here! Stop by and we'll help you in any way we can. It'll possibly look a little something like this.
Don't forget Jacqueline Woodson is going to be presenting today. She'll be in the Gold Room in the BC Student Center from 12:00-2:30. Stop by to hear her talk about her award-winning book Brown Girl Dreaming!
Some other reminders:
- The Lily Pond Open Mic will take place at the lily pond (hey, just in case you didn't know) and will be on Thursday April 30th during common hours. Anyone is welcome to participate or attend.
- The English Major's Tea will be Thursday May 14th during common hours. There really aren't enough opportunities to celebrate how great English majors are (but could there ever be?), so come take advantage of the excuse.
- The Junction Function will be at 5pm the same day, so come pick up your copy and eat some snacks with us! A lot of amazing prose, poetry, and visual art by your fellow students has gone into it, and we're all very excited for its debut. The event will be open to all students and faculty.
And hopefully that cold weather is finally behind us. I can't take it anymore. I need a pick-me-up.