English Department Events
The English Department hosts several types of events each semester of interest to the community.
Join the English Department for their annual English Palooza happening on Thursday in the DHC Fishbowl. Eat free pizza, hang out with our clubs and our honor society, meet professors, dsicuss classes, and have fun!
The first Reflector meeting will be held on Thursday in Horton Hall! The Reflector is the undergraduate student-run literary magazine. They meet every other Thursday to discuss which poetry, prose, and art will be accepted into the journal which is published annually.
If you'd like to submit your poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, art, or photography to The Reflector, email your submission in a document to firstname.lastname@example.org.
"The W. Kamau Bell Curve: Ending Racism in About an Hour"
Join us at the Luhrs Center for a night with American comedian and CNN television host W. Kamau Bell as he shares with us his ever-present wisdom regarding race in America. The event is completely free to SU students.
Fall EAPSU Conference
For the first time ever, Ship will be hosting a combined faculty and undergraduate English research conference in conjunction with the English Association of Pennsylvania State Universities. English majors and faculty from all 14 PASSHE schools will converge at Ship to present their research related to this year's theme "Creativity in Times of Crisis." Conference location and schedule can be found here.