In 1984, The English Club was founded with a mission to connect reading and writing enthusiasts through social activities and interaction between student members and the Administration and Faculty of the English Department. It has gone through some name changes, the English Language and Literature Society and now the Inkling Society, but the group still continues to build a community for lovers of literature and creative writing.
- Discussing the selected novel for the semester and our favorite literature
- Creative Writing exercises
- Critiquing fellow students writing
- Movie Screenings
- Game nights, socials, themed parties
- Promoting a love of literature throughout the community
The mission of The Eckleburg Project is to provide a medium for the creative writers and artists of Texas A&M University to convey their experiences as students and as individuals. We want to reward creativity in all its forms and to help the artists of A&M reach out to their peers and to their community. We believe that the students of A&M have many beautiful things to say but may not have previously had the opportunity to say them. Through art, we hope to further strengthen the bond of the Aggie Family.
The mission of The Poetry Club of Texas A&M is to provide a common meeting place for the admirers of the fine beauty of poetry to meet, share their favorite pieces of poetry, read works of their own, and experience different people’s opinions.This club believes that poetry is an artistic medium which brings people together and delivers a certain kind of happiness to one’s heart in its’ idiosyncratic way. This club allows people to escape from their everyday, grounded lives and soar in an environment in which the eloquence of poetry is truly appreciated.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for meeting times and locations!
When? Every Tuesday!
Where? LAAH 326 (Liberal arts building)
Time? 6:30 – 7:30 pm
Like writing? Join us: the creative writing techniques club officially regonized by Texas A&M University. Open to all students. No experience needed. Whether you are a first year undergraduate or a graduate student, we want you! All writers welcome! Poets, novelists, short story writers, screenwriters, playwrights, writers of creative non-fiction, video game designers, oral storytellers, songwriters, podcast writers, comic book writers, and beyond!
Don’t know if you like writing? Come stop by and see what we are all about. We can help you improve your writing with active peers who give feedback and present writing workshops.
Contact our president, Mikayla Andrade, for more info: email@example.com
Sigma Tau Delta is an international English honor society open to English majors and accepts applications each semester. Members are eligible to wear honor cords at graduation!
- ENGL major
- 3.0 overall GPA
- 3.0 major GPA
- 3 completed semesters at A&M
- 2 completed ENGL or LING courses
You may not apply for membership in the same semester as your graduation.
STDelta Applications can be found here or picked up in the Undergraduate Office (LAAH 352). Completed applications, with dues attached, should be turned in at the front desk in LAAH 352. Check your weekly announcement emails for each semesters’ application dates!
The goal of the EGSA is to provide leadership and organization for the English graduate student body. Each semester we hold monthly meetings, as well as host periodic fundraisers, philanthropic activities, guest speakers and social events that aim to foster friendship, professionalism, and scholarship. The EGSA also works with English department committees such as the Executive Committee, the English Graduate Committee, the Hiring Committee and the Graduate Office Committee in order to gain valuable experience and knowledge of department administrative procedures and to prepare students for their academic responsibilities after graduation. Preparing students for their graduate work and for achieving their professional goals are the organization’s primary endeavors.