Newsworthy

Ryan McCanna - CSB, Class of 2018

"He never told his father about the boys in the chicken coop, even though Mr. Josiah needed money from selling the eggs. Needed it badly. With their mother dead from influenza last winter, every penny was for food or whiskey. When there was more whiskey in the house than food, Quiet Johnny made sure Missy ate before him, but that was about all the good he could do. Quiet Johnny got confused and angry sometimes, especially when he was alone, or when he was with his father which was a lot like being alone. Mr. Josiah put Johnny in the coop when the boy got too odd or confused or angry.
But Quiet Johnny wasn't there." 
          - Quiet Johnny, Studio One, Volume 43

Tierney Chlan & Aly Chromy - CSB, Class of 2015

Tierney and Aly are co-founders of the blog website "Say Entirely," published after their graduation in 2015. Their blog was founded as a way to keep in touch as Aly moved to London and to help them navigate through post collegiate life. The blog covers a wide variety of subjects such as their personal thoughts, truimphs, struggles, theater reviews and much more.

Bailey Zallek - CSB, Class of 2014

Bailey, an English aluma and creative nonfiction writer-extraordinaire, wrote an open letter to President Trump which got picked up by Inquisitr. You can also find her full letter here.

Luke Muyskens - SJU, Class of 2014

Poems "Pull of Leaves," as well as "Big Sky Now," published in the Washington, D.C. quarterly journal, Sundial Review (December 2014). 

Accepted to M.F.A. in Creative Writing: Latin America at Queens College, Charlotte, NC. Luke has been accepted to programs in fiction and screenwriting and looks forward to working with acclaimed American fiction writer, Maxine Swann.

Stephanie Frerich - CSB, Class of 2002

Stephanie, '02, published an article, "Why Quitting Business School to Read Shakespeare was the Right Decision," about her choice to become an English Major.

Frerich is currently a Senior Editor at Penguin Random House.