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Recent News and Updates

Fall 2014 Schedule: The Student English Association is proud to welcome students old and new back to Purdue for the 2014/15 school year! Our full Fall 2014 Schedule is as follows:

Monday 9/15: Social mixer and common read tournament - BRNG1242 6pm

Monday 9/29: Global Literacy Night - Bring a piece of your favorite poetry/fiction in your native language or from a foreign culture that you're interested in. All forms of international literature are welcome for discussion and appreciation! - BRNG1242 6pm

Monday 10/20: Common Reading Discussion - This semester's SEA common reading book is The Maid by Kimberly Cutter. Join us for an informal discussion of the book with a mystery guest from the Purdue English faculty! - BRNG1242 6pm

Monday 11/03: Subject TBD - BRNG1242 6pm

Monday 11/17: The Crucible Discussion - Join us for a discussion of Arthur Miller's classic play, The Crucible. Details for an SEA outing to Purdue Theater's production soon to follow. - BRNG1242 6pm

Monday 12/08: Bell Tower Editors Meeting/SEA Christmas Party - Celebrate the end of the semester in style with the Student English Association! Food and refreshments will be served following a mandatory meeting for all interested editors of The Bell Tower. - BRNG1242 6pm

2015 Bell Tower Submissions:The 21st annual issue of The Bell Tower is now open to submissions! Please check our "Submit" page for complete guidlines and instructions for submitting your creative work.Submissions are due by December 6th at midnight.

Please check back for a full schedule of meetings as well as updates for other SEA events--If you should have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at purduesea@purdue.edu. We'd love to hear from you!

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The Purdue Student English Association (SEA) is an undergraduate group for students with a passion for English at Purdue University. Every year, the Purdue SEA publishes The Bell Tower, the University's only undergraduate magazine for the arts. All students with a passion for reading and writing are welcome, regardless of major or experience. More ...