English World Language

  • July 13, 2022

    All’s Well That Ends Well (Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival 2022)

    Join the Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival Touring Company for a free performance of "All's Well That Ends Well" at Gabis Arboretum at Purdue University Northwest.

  • April 6, 2022

    RésuméFest

    The PNW Writing and Career Center have teamed up to provide students with a one-stop resume event. Get help from content and proofreading.

  • March 28, 2022

    2022 PNW French Presidential Election Watch

    PNW students and faculty can enjoy fun games and prizes as PNW looks at the French presidential election! The 2022 French presidential election will be held in April in the backdrop of the greatest geopolitical crisis in Europe since the Second World War, while France takes over the rotating presidency of the Council of the European Union.

  • March 25, 2022

    Writing Center Workshop: APA Style

    Review the basics of APA Style with Writing Center tutor and McNair scholar Miranda S. Includes information about paper formatting, in-text citations and references pages; plus, discuss a few advanced citation and formatting issues you might encounter in upper-level projects.

  • March 14, 2022

    World Poetry Day: Works of Liberation, Resistance and Healing

    The Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies program is celebrating World Poetry Day with authors' readings of liberatory poems that resist oppression, imagine social justice and offer healing from trauma caused by injustice.

  • March 8, 2022

    What ‘Secret’ Reveals: Secret Languages of Women and LGBTQ+ Communities Worldwide

    Fulbright Scholar Mashrur Hossain surveys secret languages such as Nüshu (“women's writing” in Chinese) and Polari (London’s “gay language”) and examines Oolti Bhasha, the secret language used by transgender South Asian hijras.

  • March 7, 2022

    Registration Is Open for Fall 2022!

    Fall 2022 Priority Registration begins Monday, March 28. Contact your academic advisor regarding questions about course selection and staying on track for graduation.

  • March 2, 2022

    The Necessity of Collective Action for Resistance

    Lorrell Kilpatrick, a sociologist teaching at Indiana University Northwest and longtime regional activist and disabilities-rights advocate, argues that collective action is imperative in achieving social equity and justice.

  • March 2, 2022

    Let’s Talk About Artivism: Creating Racial, Gender, and Economic Justice through Art, Dance, and Music

    Choreographer and artivist will discuss the power and impact of creative arts in bringing about racial, gender, and economic justice on a local and global scope.

  • March 2, 2022

    Dispelling the Binary of Abortion

    PNW alumna Kayla Greenwell surveys new restrictions on women's reproductive rights including Texas' restrictive new law. Her focus is logical fallacies in public debate and the current situation in Indiana.