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English and Philosophy Testimonials
English and Philosophy Testimonials
English and Philosophy Testimonials
English and Philosophy Testimonials
English and Philosophy Testimonials
English and Philosophy Testimonials

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Clubs & Organizations

 

 

Arcade Student Literary Magazine

 

Arcade Magazine

Arcade solicits submissions from students across campus as well as from Warrensburg-based and nationally-known writers. Students across disciplines such as English, Art, Digital Media Production, etc. come together  to solicit and accept submissions, as well as design and publish the magazine. All are welcome to participate and submit their material.

 

Contact: arcademagazine@gmail.com or faculty advisor Dr. Knuernberger

 

Sigma Tau Delta

Sigma Tau Delta

Sigma Tau Delta is the national English Honor Society. The Gamma Theta Chapter at UCM aims to create a community among its members through events and connections. Sigma Tau Delta offers leadership skills and officer positions, as well as volunteer opportunities and a chance for members’ opinions to be heard. Sigma Tau Delta members have scholarship opportunities both on campus and through at the national level.

Typical events hosted by Sigma Tau Delta include book sales, There Can Only Be Pun, Game Nights, Fitter’s Nights, and any other ideas brought up in meetings. Money raised at some of these events go toward funding guest writers on campus or other events connected to the English Department.

Students must have a 3.0 GPA and at least two English classes above the general education requirements to join. There is a $40 dollar one-time membership fee that lasts a lifetime.

Contact: President Julia Landrum or Faculty Advisors Dr. Greinke and Dr. Johnson.

Tesol Student Chapter

TESOL Student Chapter

The TESOL Student Chapter is the graduate student organization for MATESL students. The group, which is open to all MA students, organizes a variety of social and academic activities throughout the year and has been quite active over time.

Contact:  Faculty Advisor Dr. Kitson

Philosophy Club

Philosophy Club

The Philosophy Club provides an informal forum for the discussion of a wide range of philosophical issues and contemporary affair - from The Matrix to the Middle East, and Existentialism to the nature and future of Democracy. The Club consists of a broad and diverse array of students and professors interested in pursuing an examined life in today's complex world. The Club typically coordinates its efforts with academic clubs in related disciplines, such as Political Science, History, and English, and occasionally features guest speakers at its meetings. All are welcome!