When you “hate,” “dislike,” “are having a hard time starting” writing by Della Christy Sometimes working on a written assignment is the last thing I want to be doing, and maybe you will be able to relate. You might feel overwhelmed, discouraged, or disempowered regarding your abilities to write a paper. You might feel like […]
Using parallel structure like a pro by Marie Sherman One of the most fundamental attributes of good writing is having clear, effective sentences. Strong sentences are made up of a few important elements, but I’m going to focus on just one: parallel structure. Your initial question may be, what exactly is parallel structure? Basically, it […]
by Jessica Barker A few weeks ago, I had the privilege of attending the International Writing Centers Association conference (IWCA) in Atlanta, Georgia. The theme of this year’s conference was “The Citizenship Center.” Appropriately, most of the workshops and sessions during the conference focused on diversity within the writing center and English as a second […]
Enjoy your R&R, and I’ll see you all next week!
by Haley Schabes After such a long and wonderful winter break, everyone is a little rusty with the whole school thing. You show up for classes and suddenly all the assignments start flowing in: papers, projects, labs, reading, you name it. Trying to get back into the writing groove and tackling these assignments can be […]