Talia Rodwin ’17 offers a comprehensive introduction to Writing Center techniques and practices. Continue reading “How not to be an authoritarian a**hole: A Guide to the Writing Center”
Kasey Cheydleur ’15 explores the argument for the directive approach using some tricks of the trade.
Ally Fulton ’16 explores what it means to speak illegitimately, and how this expands our view of authenticity in writing.
Justine Goode ’16 offers a letter of advice to nervous Writing Associates.
Zoe Ginsberg ’16 composes a manifesto for Writing Associates.
Weelic Chong ’15 is convinced that, like all creatures on earth, WAs are influenced by the planets. He recommends using this blog post to find your unique star profile! Continue reading “WA Horoscopes”
Talia Greenberg ’15 assuages the fears of brand-new Writing Associates.
Continue reading “Confessions & Concerns of a New WA – A Letter of Encouragement”
Weelic Chong ’15 uses his new-found wisdom to offer advice on life in the Writing Center.
Joanne Lee ’15 illuminates the nuanced factors that come into play when interacting with ESOL students.
Parkorn Wangpaiboonkit ’15 quickly rants against coddling English.