Daily Archives: October 6, 2015

Conquering Commas Workshop on Oct. 13

Let us show you our CAPTAIN Acrostic (a memory device made from the first letters of each of the seven categories of comma usage). You’ll conquer commas in no time! Tuesday, October 13 @ 5:00 p.m. | Sage Hall 355 … Continue reading

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Tyndale Executed for Heresy on This Date

On this date in 1536, British scholar William Tyndale is executed for heresy. Tyndale transformed the English language by incorporating Greek and Hebrew idioms and syntaxes; this revised form is called Early Modem English, a form that Shakespeare built upon. … Continue reading

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