Blog on hiatus!

Hello friends, As the semester draws to a close and summer approaches, our blog will officially enter a hiatus state until fall 2018. Although this means we will no longer offer content on a consistent weekly schedule, the blog will still be open to rolling submissions by our 2017-2018 staff through the duration of the…

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Interview with John Morán Gonzáles

Written by Guadalupe Rodriguez Texas land is huge—with approximately 28 million people, the faces of Texas are colorful, and filled with different experiences. From rich stories of black and Latino people, to the stories of Native Americans, UT’s English Department attempts to account for some of the faces of Texas and beyond. One colorful face…

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An English Major in England

Written by Kendall Talbot My mother likes to say I was born in the wrong country. I prefer tea over coffee (with milk and sugar, please), and I talk about the royal family as if they were my own (my invitation to Harry and Meghan’s wedding must have gotten lost in the mail). I cherish…

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6 Poems to Read Post-Graduation

Written by Angie Carrera As this graduation season quickly approaches, we must begin to contemplate life after, and the terror that is adulthood. Our experiences begin to diverge, and we begin to encounter things that we must face alone. Though we confront what’s next by ourselves, this does not mean that we are the first…

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