In the midst of somber news, we had a little fun today celebrating the launch of a new website powered by Apptegy. Check it out at https://www.hendrixmurphy.org/
. You can also download the HendrixMurphy app to stay up-to-date with our events.
The AFTLA Language & Culture Bowl, which was to take place this Saturday at Hendrix, has been postponed due to concerns about the Coronavirus. Organizers hope to reschedule at a later date. Many thanks to all who had volunteered.
Are you curious about the English major or minor, or about what courses will be offered in English next year? Come to the informational meeting next Tuesday during convo period to learn more.
RSVP to HMFSTU1@hendrix.edu
by noon on Thursday for this week's LLOL. Murphy Scholar Anushka Yadava will be leading "Language Immersion in a Healthcare Setting: My Atlantis Fellowship in Spain." We hope to see you there!
Swing by the Murphy House next Wednesday (March 11) at 4:15 to hear a professor from Reed College talk about the ways reading shaped Soviet Jewish identity and culture.
Getting excited about playwright Naomi Wallace's visit to campus? Check out this list of book recommendations handpicked by Wallace herself!
Looking to submit some of your writing to contests or for publication? Check out these two opportunities! Deadline to submit to both is March 15th. Good luck!
RSVP to HMFSTU1@hendrix.edu
by noon on Thurs. for this week's LLOL. Felipe Pruneda-Senties & Writing Associates will be leading "The Body in Writing: Involving the Senses."
Don't forget to RSVP by noon on Thursday to reserve a free lunch for this week's LLOL! Murphy Scholar David Samuel will be talking about his time volunteering in Greece.
Join the book group for Aeschylus’ Persians, led by Martin Shedd & Andy Vaught in conjunction with the Hendrix Players' performance directed by Angela Iannone. All are welcome to attend, but please email firstname.lastname@example.org
by 4 pm on Tuesday to reserve a book & volunteer to read!
RSVP by noon on Thursday for this week's LLOL. Martin Shedd will be leading "Textual Intercourse: The Cultural Specificity of Sexual Terminology and Slurs."
Congrats to all #Hendrix winners at the Southern Literary Festival, and special kudos to you Murphy Scholars for the well-deserved recognition! Zelda Engeler-Young, Liam Carey, Kaitlin Lowe, and Peyton Coffman, you did us proud. https://www.hendrix.edu/news/news.aspx?id=91203
Join us this Thursday as Murphy Visiting Theatre Director Angela Iannone discusses The Persians by Ellen McLaughlin. Stay tuned for the play performance schedule!
Hey, writers! Loomings and NFSPS both have submission deadlines coming up. Send them your best work!
Don't forget about the Student and Alumni Playwriting Contest! Winter break provides a great opportunity to work on your play! Deadline: January 31st. ⛄️
Trying to knock out that last paper? Join us in the Writing Center/Bailey Library Computer Labs for the Write-In tonight and tomorrow night from 7-11 p.m.! Writing Associates will be on hand to help you and answer any questions you may have!
Meet our Murphy Visiting Fellows! We’re excited to be adding Erin Hoover (Poetry) to the Murphy team and to welcome back to Martin Shedd (Classics) and Andy Vaught (Theatre Arts). They’ll be teaching in their home departments and mentoring and assisting Murphy Scholars.