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School of English and Humanities Week

Apr 12, 2021 - Apr 16, 2021

The School of English and Humanities Week is dedicated to showcasing the pathways within MTC that work in Art, English, History, Writing, Photography and Videography, and more.

Events By the Day


April 12, 2021 

Media Arts at MTC: Certificates Showcase
Zoom, 6pm-7pm

Did you know that MTC offers certificates in related media areas such as Audio Engineering, Photography, and Videography? Join us as Dr. Thaddeus Jones, Dr. Brandon Glover, and Mr. Jay Matheson share student work and insight into 21st-century media skills and opportunities here in the Midlands!

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April 13, 2021

Bread, Boxes and the Virus: Conversations and Creative Responses to the Dystopian Present
Zoom, 6pm-7pm

At MTC, we proudly support the creative work of our students in areas such as Public Speaking and Theater! Join us for an evening of student-led speeches on the impact of the pandemic and spoken word performances related to the pandemic.

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April 14, 2021

Art Break! Theme: Mandalas
Zoom, 12pm-12:30pm

Take an art break with us at noon! Join Casey Cline from MTC Counseling Services as she guides you through some easy creative activities designed to destress and calm the mind.

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Our Pandemic Prism: An English and Humanities Roundtable
Facebook Live, 5pm

Join English & Humanities students and faculty for this Facebook Live panel discussion of the 2020-21 pandemic from a variety of perspectives, including history, literature, and the arts! Looking ahead, what changes do you think will continue after COVID-19 has passed? What do you think will revert back to the "old normal" once the pandemic is over? Participate in the discussion with LIVE Q&A!

Be a part of the conversation. 


MTC Student Honors Night
Facebook and YouTube, 7pm

Tune in as we announce our 2021 Student Honors Awards! The Tom Bonner Student Award, Stylus Literary Magazine Awards, and Outstanding History Student Award will be among the awards presented. The ceremony will premiere on Facebook and YouTube starting at 7 p.m.


April 16, 2021

School of English and Humanities Student Conference
D2L and Zoom, 9am-11am

MTC students from concentrations in Art Studio, History, English, and Writing as well as students from a variety of English and Humanities courses will present research, insights, and creative works via individual and group presentations, photographic and video essays, poster sessions, and a visual arts exhibit.

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All Week


MTC students have been tremendously resilient during the pandemic, but everyone needs a helping hand now and then! Donate whatever you are able to the MTC Student Emergency Fund and help a student!

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2021 School of English and Humanities Student Conference D2L Site

The conference D2L site will be open during the weeks of April 12-16 and April 19-23 to provide opportunities for MTC students, faculty, administrators, and staff to view student work, participate in discussions, provide kudos to students, and more!

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Student Art Exhibit and Haiku Challenge
Student Conference D2L Site

Come visit this discussion board throughout the week to see MTC student artwork and artists’ statements. We invite viewers to comment, provide feedback, and even follow easy guidelines for composing a haiku in response!

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A Display of Resilience

Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 have been semesters unlike any other for MTC students, faculty, and staff. Share a visual on social media that reflects one of your MTC moments this year using the hashtag above; include your campus in the caption. You can also post your picture on the "Display of Resilience" discussion board.

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Our Pandemic Prism Discussion Board

We hope everyone will participate in our MTC Facebook Live! "Our Pandemic Prism: An English and Humanities Roundtable" on Wednesday, April 14th from 5-6 PM. But if you’re not able to be there, we’ll post a link to the recording and encourage you to think of this discussion board as another way to have your voice heard or extend the conversation started during the roundtable.

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