With every new school year comes new teachers or professors, and for many Harry Potter fans, it has become automatic to match each one with their Hogwarts professor counterpart. Student beans.com has come up with “12 types of lecturer according to Harry Potter”, including such varieties as “The arts professor”, “The PhD student lecturer”, and “The Oxbridge alumni”.
This summer the University of New Hampshire is offering an online class featuring Harry Potter, designed for kids entering 4th-8th grades. The course is called “Harry Potter as Storytelling: An Online Adventure for the Young Fan.”
An article was recently written for The Gazette, a Canadian student newspaper, discussing the impact of a Harry Potter course offered at the Western University. The decision made by Western’s Department of English and Writing Studies (DEWS) was of course met by enthusiasm from the students.
Seven is the most magical of numbers, so the wizards and witches behind MISTI-Con want to remind you that there are only seven days until the price for this incredible fan conference changes.
Join some of your favorite MuggleNet staff members and podcast hosts tomorrow evening as we hold a live podcast with our friends from Hogwarts Radio to help promote our nomination for the 2013 Shorty Awards! We will be taking your questions and calls, so if you ever had a question you were dying to ask, now is the time to do it!
Professor Snape found “Not Guilty” in murder of Albus Dumbledore by Owl Court jury – Chris Rankin in attendance
Did Professor Severus Snape murder Headmaster Albus Dumbledore or was it assisted suicide? What about the torture of Hermione Granger and murder of Sirius Black by Bellatrix Lestrange? Was Lord Voldemort found guilty of the murder of Lily Potter?
As we previously reported, The Mythgard Academy will be providing an intensive online three-week literature and writing course for rising high-school sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Students enrolled in the academy will engage in live, interactive classes with college professors like Dr. Amy H. Sturgis and dive deep into the works of the fantasy stories they love the most.