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We cover a lot of ground here in the English Department. With major concentrations in creative writing, literature, teaching, linguistics, and profess …
Lauren Lutz earned her B.A. in English Studies in 2014. While she was a student, she worked in the Writing Center, edited the Digital Literature Revie …
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