Category Archives: Writing Workshop

Apply for a Writing Mentor!

Have you ever wanted a personal editor? Someone who would work with you one-on-one to help you tackle your writing assignments and hone your writing skills? If so, you should apply for a Writing Mentor! Your mentor will work with … Continue reading

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Writing Workshop Reopens!

The Writing Workshop will reopen open tomorrow (Wednesday) afternoon and will be open regular hours from then on. There are some Wednesday and Thursday appointments (1-4pm & 7-11pm) available as of the writing of this post, so get ’em while you … Continue reading

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Writing Workshop Closed

Due to the power outage, the Writing Workshop is temporarily closed until further notice. We apologize for the inconvenience. Please check back for updates; we will let you know as soon as we’re up and running again! In the meantime, … Continue reading

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Introducing the Workshop Tutors: Benjamin Soloway

Name: Benjamin Soloway Class Year: 2013 Major: History, Writing Certificate Interests: Reading, Writing, Editing, Gentle Aerobics What Aspect of Writing I Find Most Difficult: Getting started My #1 Piece of Writing Advice: Meet your deadlines; read the New York Times; … Continue reading

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Introducing the Workshop Tutors: Lindsay Abrams

Name: Lindsay Abrams Class Year: 2012 Major: Anthropology/Writing Certificate Hobbies, Interests, Quirks, etc.: I’m a bookworm, a television junkie, and a Bananagrams enthusiast. What Aspect of Writing I Find Most Difficult: Organization. I always have to do a lot of … Continue reading

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Introducing the Workshop Tutors: Gabriel Rossman

Name: Gabriel Rossman Class Year: 2013 Major: CSS/Psychology Hobbies, Interests, Quirks, Etc.: I enjoy reading, writing, and traveling. What Aspects of Writing I Find Most Difficult: Sifting through all of the relevant sources and coming up with a concise, cohesive … Continue reading

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Introducing the Workshop Tutors: Francesca Buzzi

Name: Francesca Buzzi Class Year: 2012 Major: COL, French Studies Hobbies, Interests, Quirks, etc.: I love dancing, reading, and, as I recently discovered, politics. I really don’t like unnecessary quotation marks. What Aspect of Writing I Find Most Difficult: When … Continue reading

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Introducing the Workshop Tutors: The Full Roster

The Writing Workshop has officially opened! Hallelujah! To those of you with paper deadlines coming up (oh, how quickly summer fades away), hurry on over to get some advice on your work. One of the (many) great things about the … Continue reading

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How to Get Started When You Don’t Know What to Write

The hardest part of writing is getting started.  In fact, the blank computer screen might be one of the most intimidating things a college student has to face.  Here’s two ways that I begin academic assignments without ever becoming overwhelmed … Continue reading

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The Art of Writing

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