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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The 2012 Fred Fosher Excellence in Writing Award

Nathan A. Gray is the recipient of the 2012 Fred Fosher Award for Excellence in Writing. This annual award was established in 2005 to acknowledge the inspired work of a student in any discipline who rises to the intellectual challenge of writing clear and purposeful expository prose. The award is made possible by the generous support…

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Mary Benson: 2010 Eder Award Recipient

The English Department is honored to announce KSC senior Mary Benson, from Chester, NH, as the recipient of the 2010 Eder Creative Writing Scholarship Endowment. Mary is passionate about writing. At Keene State, she has excelled in writing fiction, critical essays and poetry. When she is not writing, or working, she pursues other interests, including…

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