If you’re a returning MAE or MAWP student, you might have been thinking, I wonder what happened to E.G.S.A. If you’re new to the program, you’re probably thinking, What in the world is E.G.S.A.?
In either case, Ex Libris has the answers.
The English Graduate Student Association (E.G.S.A.) brings together students in the Master of Arts in English and Master of Arts in Writing and Publishing graduate programs, seeking to enhance the experience of the students in both programs through social and cultural events in and around Chicago. Check out E.G.S.A.’s Ex Libris page for information on some of last year’s events, including two previous conferences, and keep checking back, because updates will be coming soon!
E.G.S.A.’s first meeting of the year will take place at the end of this week. Please refer to the following invitation sent by Angel Woods to ALL current MAE and MAWP students.
Hi All!Join us this Sunday Oct. 9th, for the first official meeting of the English Graduate Student Association!!This is EGSA’s second year, and we need your help planning this year’s social/cultural activities and literary conference.So if you want to get involved and get to know other MAE/MAWP students, come on out!When: Sunday, October 9, 2011 @ 4:00pmWhere: SAC (there’s a pit with couches/chairs just as you walk in)P.S. After the meeting, we’re walking over to John Barleycorn in Lincoln Park (658 West Belden)