The Sturges Script

Alumni Achievements: Harry Potter Meets Shakespeare

From an experimental course with Dr. Zack Long to the stage with Chicago-based theatre troupe Odd’s Bodkins, Hannah Mary Simpson ’16 has seen “The Tragedy of Tom Riddle” in all stages of production. Originally a playwriting project for Dr. Long’s “How to Write Like Shakespeare” class, “The Tragedy of Tom Riddle” tells the story of Voldemort in Shakespearian verse.…

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Seniors of Sturges: Part Three

We at The Sturges Script couldn’t be prouder of this year’s Seniors of Sturges, and want to extend our warmest congratulations on their academic accomplishments and future plans! Today, we’ll be recognizing some of our wonderful English minors!

Zoe Sares: I have had such an amazing experience through the OWU English department and I am sad to be leaving it.  

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Seniors of Sturges: Part One

We at The Sturges Script couldn’t be prouder of this year’s Seniors of Sturges, and want to extend our warmest congratulations on their academic accomplishments and future plans! This week, we’d like to feature all the English students who’ve contributed four great years to helping Sturges grow. We’ll be starting our features with this year’s graduating English Student Board members, 2018 inductees to Sigma Tau Delta, and seniors headed to graduate school.…

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The 2018 Literary Award Winners

We are so proud of our Scholars of Sturges who received literary awards this year! Congratulations to all who won, and all who applied. This year’s winners are…

Riley Sutliff ’19 and Anthony Padget-Gettys ’20 for the Marie Drennan Prize. This prize is awarded for the best poem or group of poems by an anonymous donor in memory of Marie Drennan.…
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Scholars of Sturges: Keegan Lammers (Hayes Class of 2018)

Keegan Lammers is a senior at Rutherford B. Hayes High School in Delaware, Ohio. She attends OWU through a duel-enrollment program so she can get ahead in college credits. She’s taken classes in History, Music Theory, and (of course) English.

Keegan says, ” …as a high school student in the world of university students, I’ve been able to see parts of what truly is an authentic Ohio Wesleyan University experience.…

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What We’re Reading: The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupery

“As the end of senior year approaches (…I’m not counting or anything), I was reminded of a book that I have grown up reading called “The Little Prince.” It is a story that can take on many meanings and themes, but one that I feel is fitting for us seniors is to not let go of your childhood, as well as the theme of friendships and how they are one of the most important relationships you can have.…

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