Student Publications: Scriptor

Sonja Martineau and Joey Lendaro were published in the Spring 2018 print Scriptor journal. Sonja’s shorter piece, “Ruth” was awarded a second place prize and was published online for the Scriptor Spring flash fiction contest. Lea Nolette (English major) and Veronica Spadaro (Film major, writing minor) are the KSC editors for Scriptor this year. Check out the writing in Scriptor Journal…

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English and Marketing

Rory Carbone’s (English 2017 ) literature major and writing minor has led to work at a marketing research an consulting firm based in Shelton, Connecticut. While at Keene State College, Rory worked to get the most out of his college years–taking interesting classes, working at the Center for Writing, joining a coed fraternity, Psi Upsilon (and serving…

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Spring 2018 Internship Showcase

Eighteen students from our internship courses in the departments of English and Communication shared their experiences working with the following organizations: Keene Family YMCA Mobilitie City of Keene Human Services Monadnock Humane Society Masiello Employment Services Pats Peak Ski Area Bauhan Pulishing Historical Society of Cheshire County Avenue A Teen and Community Center Monadnock Film Festival Planned Parenthood (Concord) KSC Academic and Career…

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Teaching and Learning in the Archives: The Modern Poetry Collection

The Modern Poetry Collection in Keene State College’s Mason Library offers students, faculty, and members of the public a range of materials, including the New Hampshire Poetry Collection. The Mason Library Modern Poetry Collection includes The Zephyr Press Archive and Aspect Magazine (1969-1980). Aspect was the creation of Edward J. Hogan, of Somerville, Massachusetts. Hogan…

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So You Want to be a Writer?

Our recent graduates pursue a range of professional opportunities. Most recently we have been hearing from former students who are working writers. Whether you choose to pursue the literature or writing option (or both), an English major can lead to professional writing opportunities in both digital and print publications. Here are a few of the students who are working in…

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Emily Cackowski: Making the Most of It

Emily Cackowski has taken advantage of the many opportunities available to students majoring in English at Keene State College. “I’ve had so many great teachers and mentors,” Emily writes. “I heard many positive things about the English department at Orientation, but I feel like it has exceeded my expectations. I feel like I’ve grown so much as a…

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Peter Beauchamp (English 2006) is Karpatkin Fellow in the Racial Justice Program at the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)

In his “An Important Victory for Indian Tribes” Peter Beachamp (BA English  2006) summarizes a recent court decision by Judge Jeffrey L. Viken of South Dakota’s federal District Court that a lawsuit filed by the ACLU in March of 2013 can go forward, rejecting motions filed by the defendants that sought to have the case dismissed. The…

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