Gwennie Gardiner ’18 argues for a discipline-based Writing Associate model as an extension of the Writing Center and Writing Associates Program.
Victoria Albacete ’18 encourages all writers to preserve personal voice in their writing.
Gracie Freeman-Lifschutz ’17 offers guidance in moving from Writing Associate work in the Writing Center to work in a course.
Course Writing Associate, Sean Lambert ’17, argues for cultivating a familiarity with writing guilt.
Ryan Yates ’17 reflects on his passion for education in the context of the Writing Associates Program at Oberlin.
Course Writing Associate, Charlie Kimball ’18, examines the rhetorical implications of the list.
Course Writing Associate, Maya Gillett ’17, discusses the role of love and empathy in the writing center.
Course Writing Associate, Natina Gilbert ’18, discusses devising strategies to most productively navigate writing sessions with English Students of Other Languages (ESOL).
Natina Gilbert ’18, a Course Writing Associate, provides some valuable insight for getting to know your students.
Rebecca Klein ’18 discusses disability in writing center theory and practice.