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July 25, 2022

Standing in the yard of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, the crowd roars in laughter as Claudio takes a tumble or Benedick hikes up a trellis. The groundlings still when Beatrice singles out a member…

July 21, 2022

Held in the Rare Books and Manuscripts Library are a number of fascinating and important collections, some yet to be studied. One collection in particular is over 100 years old, holding secrets to…

July 5, 2022

PhD student Nick Hoffman has had a long journey to Ohio State. He grew up in the Hudson Valley in New York — a place he describes as similar to Washington Irving’s “The…

June 13, 2022

When graduating senior Alexis Santiago signed up for English 3662, Intro to Literary Publishing, she wasn't anticipating that she would end up creating the Wildflower Journal for an assignment.…

April 25, 2022

Laila Ujayli has been busy the past few years. She graduated summa cum laude from The Ohio State University in 2018, with majors in English and international relations…

April 5, 2022

While some may imagine that English majors spend their careers scribbling away in notebooks or with their noses buried in a book, the truth is that an English degree opens up a wealth of career…

April 1, 2022

If you frequent BookTok, you might be hard pressed to avoid tropes like enemies to lovers or the classic “unlikely pairs” trope. Well, put down your current read, because we have a real-life…

February 22, 2022

Who doesn’t love a good vampire story? From Twilight to Buffy the Vampire Slayer to Vampire Diaries, vampire narratives have shaped contemporary popular culture. The impact has been so far…

November 5, 2021

COLUMBUS, Ohio (November 2, 2021) — Sonya Huber didn’t have the idea to write her latest book until the afternoon of the “anxiety-fueled” day it’s written about.