Students from Near and Far

English professor Martha Payne photographed some of her writing program students this semester and shares some details about their presentations.


Hollin Bolden, Zach Wojdyla, Ty Rosberg, and Katrina Foree  presented on Social Class in Victorian England and had brought food to represent what members of those classes might have eaten: scones and grape juice for the rich; bread and water for the poor.

Sean Winterrowd, Brooke Gray, Renee Cirone, and Sara Phinney presented on places that were important in the play.  They set the presentation up as a bus tour, and they were the tour guides, hence the name tags. (I got a tag too —- as the bus driver!)

English 103/029  students presented about their hometowns.
Back Row:  Tomoo Makii; Jason Mills, Yongxiao Chen, Yufei Yan
Hometowns: Joetsu, Niigata Prefecture, Japan; Lapel, IN; Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China; Hohhot, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, China.

Middle Row: Nabi Alsarhan, Yun Wu, Yimei Jin, Zhangchao Yao
Hometowns: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; Guilin City, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China; Shanghai, China; Xi’an, Shaanxi province, China

Front Row: Muhanad Khan, Yujin Lee, Ruting Wang, Yoon Jung Kim, Jiyoung Song, Jiyang Liu Jeddah, Saudi Arabia; Seoul, S. Korea; Nanjing, Jiangsu province, China; Ulsan, S. Korea; Seoul, S. Korea; Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China

Also from English 103, Yun Wu.

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One comment

  1. As a point of clarification, the students in English 104 had presented on topics connected with the BSU Theatre Department production of “My Fair Lady.”

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