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Dispatches from the 2018 Dictionary Game

3 October 2018

Last Wednesday, Second Laird played host to Fall festivities, welcoming English majors back to campus with seasonal pie and some word-nerdy fun. Headlining the event was the Dictionary Game, a…

Meet Paula Stowe!

27 September 2018

Visitors to Second Laird this term will notice a new face in the English Department. While our unswerving office regular Meggan Clapp is on maternity leave this fall, it’s business…

(Picnic, Lightning): Change of Venue Favors the World

30 May 2018

Dateline:  Bell Field (May 29, 2018) The English Department gathered this evening for its annual picnic under lowering skies with the sound of distant thunder rumbling across the green fields of…

A #Twitterary Welcome Back

2 October 2017

It’s the 4th week of Fall term and you know what that means – a lovingly belated welcome back from the Miscellany! No doubt you will soon be entirely consumed by…

Shock and Awe! Seniors Stun the World

1 June 2017

Dateline: Bell Field (May 30, 2017) The English department gathered for its annual “Seniors Vs. the World” softball game this evening on the lush green expanse of Bell Field. Many…

The Second Laird Miscellany Forgets It’s Not a Satirical Newspaper

19 September 2016

Welcome back, Second Laird! We asked you to describe what you did this summer in the form of an Onion headline, and you delivered. Instead of catching up with the…

The World Rolls On!

1 June 2016

 Dateline:  Hill of Three Oaks (May 31, 2016) The English department gathered for its annual “Seniors Vs. the World” softball game this evening.  Despite rainfall earlier in the day and lowering…

A&I Spotlight: Trip to “Elliot, A Soldier’s Fugue”

14 November 2015

Earlier this term, students in Pierre Hecker’s A&I Seminar (“Drama, Film, and Society”) attended a production of Quiara Alegría Hudes’ play Elliot, A Soldier’s Fugue at the Park Square Theatre in St.…

Event Preview: NT Live Hamlet & Benedict Cumberbrunch

6 November 2015

This Sunday, the English Department and MARS will co-sponsor two screenings of National Theatre Live’s Hamlet (starring Benedict Cumberbatch) at 2:00 and 7:00 in the Weitz Cinema. Seating at the free screenings…

The English Department Celebrates Carolyn Soule

26 May 2015

Carolyn Soule, who is retiring as Administrative Assistant in English this spring, has worked for the department for more than 40 years and at the college for even longer. After…

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