English & Language
Prof. Jeff Gundy shares about his new book, "Songs from an Empty Cage: Poetry, Mystery, Anabaptism, and Peace." More about author's reception >>>
On a typical day faculty and students in the English/language department may be writing poems, watching a new production of Hamlet on video, discussing a slave narrative or thinking about how literary theory helps us understand the King Arthur story.
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Senior English major Jesse Roth founded Fault Lines, Bluffton’s line dancing club, mainly for the fun of it. Recently, however, club members went dancing not only to have fun but also, more importantly, to help grant a wish for charity. >>>full story
An integral part of the Spanish major or teaching licensure is a one-semester study abroad in a Spanish-speaking country. In today's global marketplace, study abroad makes you more attractive to employers looking for professionals with an international outlook and proven ability to adapt to other cultures.
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Bridge: The Bluffton University Literary Journal gives young writers ages 14-24 an opportunity to become a published author. The first print edition will be available in spring 2017. Submissions for the December 2017 edition are accepted now.