Former Poetry Editors Take Country By Storm

by Corey Van Landingham, Poetry Co-Editor So remember when I said Jacob and I have big shoes to fill following the departure of Mario Chard and Josh Wild as Poetry Editors? Well, as we all know here at Purdue, their prowess doesn’t stop at putting together stellar issues of Sycamore Review. In a couple of weeks, … Continue reading Former Poetry Editors Take Country By Storm


BY GREGORY SHERL Mel Gibson is a thundercloud. He formed somewhere over the Midwest, a few years after World War II. They say he emigrated from Australia, a son of prisoners surrounded by water—that they hated the dryness, but what to do? Mel found Catholicism in an unplugged fan. Me, I was born in a … Continue reading WIKIPEDIA