Gavin P. Johnson, an MA student in Rhetoric and Composition, presented his research “Bitches, Witches, and Genre Switches: Using American Horror Story: Coven to Explore Meta-Genre and Meme Culture” at the annual Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association in the South Conference on Friday, October 3, in New Orleans, LA.
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Second-Year MA in Rhetoric and Composition Student, Lydia Elrod, Awarded the Witherspoon Fellowship 2021!
Lydia Elrod was awarded the prestigious Witherspoon Fellowship Award, which is awarded to students who have demonstrated experience in or a commitment to supporting Black communities within and beyond NC State’s campus.
Entrepreneur Kaitlin Fritz Reimagines How Children Experience Arts, Culture
NC State alumna Kaitlin Fritz discusses starting a business, creating virtual reality educational games, being named to Forbes’ 30 under 30 Europe and more.