“I hope I can help the next generation of Butler sports media students find the resources they need to be successful in preparing for the career they want to pursue in the world of sports.”
Texts and Snapchats are getting old. Let’s turn back time to the finer art of letter writing, before it’s gone forever.
There is one additional constant in their editing process, though, reliable and sturdy, that I have come to anticipate with trepidation: our editors will go through and, without fail, remove a few of the words that they deem to simply be “too much.”
Columnist Nate Lemen talks to professors and students to examine struggles students having writing papers, and how to overcome them.
As a club committed to giving students an outlet for their creativity, Manuscripts has nothing short of interesting stories, poems, pictures, drawings and essays.
Perseverance has true meaning to a man who waited years to see his hard work pay off. Bryan Furuness, Butler University adjunct professor of English, is among the honored writers to be published in this year’s “Best American Nonrequired Reading” anthology. Furuness’ short story, “Man of Steel,” will be the featured work. The “Best American…
“He thinks like a scholar [and] writes like a jazz musician,” Doug Mannual, part of the Masters of Fine Arts program, said as he introduced visiting writer, Yusef Komuyakaa, Sept. 23 at 7:30 p.m. in the Krannert Room of Clowes Memorial Hall. Komunyakaa read several poems for Butler University students, faculty and members of the…