Category: PSU Student Works

Spring 2018 Cluster Composition Publications

Wondering how PSU’s new cluster model can revamp courses to be more interdisciplinary and innovative? Check out this round of Professor Taylore Aussiker’s Cluster Composition digital magazines! These student-created, semester-long projects integrate graphic design and publishing components into the discipline-wide required course Composition, effectively giving students the chance to build technical skills while becoming proficient writers. Check out the Spring...

Table Talk: Are Video Games Worth Scholarly Study?

Join Plymouth State University students Jessica, Emily, Peter, and Nick in a discussion on video games in art, academia, and culture! Listen to some of PSU’s best and brightest tackle the topic of video games as a podcast on The Canon’s Soundcloud or watch the video below! [soundcloud url=”″ params=”color=#ff5500&auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false&show_teaser=true” width=”100%” height=”166″ iframe=”true” /]

PSU Student Works: Shayla Locke’s YA Novel “Rise From the Ashes”

This fall, Plymouth State University offered a Special Topics in Writing course on Young Adult Fiction. This writing-intensive class, held by Professor Joseph Monninger (a veteran YA novelist), had students work on a singular, novel-length piece of YA fiction throughout the entire course. Senior English major Shayla Locke was one of the students who dipped their toes into writing for young...