It’s the end of the semester, and who says end of autumn semester says snow, deadlines, bows, mulled wine… And the MUSE online edition!
This semester we have everything from poetry, to an essay, to prose, to an app review. Come see what texts were produced in the Two-Lakes Romanticism class and for Frankenstein day in Spring 2018. Take a break from studying to be distracted, think about society, and maybe better your working skills. There’s even an extra special interview that feels like a great big hug and a warm cup of hot chocolate after a long, cold day! Check that out to feel relaxed and to learn more about our department secretary, Eva Suarato!
Here is a full list of the contributions:
- Women of Colour in Professional Positions of Power
- Wild Rose
- Poems by Muriel Salamin
- A Song from Solitude
- Two Lost Souls
- MUSEfeed quiz 2018- what should you study in the English department?
- The Golden Rope
- ‘I am very lucky, because I work for two very nice and friendly departments’ – Interview with Eva Suarato Adams
- “Finding Happiness” by Eugénie Bouquet
- Poems by Marie McMullin
- App Review: Forest – “Stay Focused, Be Present”
- Frankenstein’s Promise
- Illustrations by Maëlle Perrier
We here at MUSE are pleased to publish another edition of in-house production and to present what the amazing English students of the department here at Lausanne have come up with!
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