View our English, Theatre, and World Languages students in action! Students participate in Banned Books Week on Sept. 20, 2022 In the Heights cast members pose for a photo. (Photo courtesy of David Underwood.) Dr. Peter Grimes (left) poses for a photo with Spring 2022 ETWL graduate Lakota Craft. OLÉ held a virtual cooking class on Nov. 3. Photos courtesy of Prof. Milagros López-Fred. Sigma Tau Delta held a book sale Sept. 28-29 to help raise money for membership fees. Bridgett Baldwin, a graduate of the English Education Program, was recently named the 2020-2021 Beginning Teacher of the Year for Bladen County Schools. UNCP theatre students mount an elaborate production of Shakespeare's Hamlet. Theatre students perform a scene from The Three Musketeers. Photographer: Sara Armentrout Voecks. Courtesy of Eric Voecks. World Languages Program faculty and students visit Machu Picchu, Peru. Pictured here (left to right) are Holden Jolley, Angela Dial, Antonia Uchytil, Dr. Ana Cecilia Lara, Ignayara Hernandez, Sarah Rodriguez, Lena Paz, Professor Milagros López-Fred, and Zachary McDowell. World Languages Program faculty and students visit Cusco, Peru over spring break. Pictured here (from left to right) are Holden Jolley, Sarah Rodriguez, Ignayara Hernandez, Professor Milagros López-Fred, Antonia Uchytil, Angela Dial, Zachary McDowell, and Dr. Ana Cecilia Lara. World Languages Program faculty and students visit Lima Centro in Peru over spring break. Pictured here (from left to right) are Holden Jollye, Angela Dial, Antonia Uchytil, Ignayara Hernandez, Dr. Ana Cecilia Lara, Sarah Rodriguez, Zachary McDowell, Lena Paz, and Professor Milagros López-Fred. Students enrolled in Dr. Scott Hicks' African American Literature course conducted a creative writing workshop at Spring Hill Middle School on October 9. Theatre Program students learn about stain glass techniques. (Photo courtesy of David Underwood) Professor Autumn Lauzon's Leadership Living Learning Community volunteers with the Salvation Army in Fayetteville, NC. (Photo courtesy of Autumn Lauzon) Sigma Tau Delta hosted a discussion about race relations at UNCP on Oct. 19. The Department of English, Theatre, and Foreign Languages offers exciting opportunities for students, who are active inside and outside of the classroom. Our students participate in eight student organizations, publish their writing in three department-sponsored journals, participate in service learning, study abroad, complete internships, and attend conferences.