Roma explores the relationship between language and culture, as well as how languaculture plays a role in her position as a Writing Center Tutor.
View the winning works from the Writing Center Photo Contest!
Recently a few tutors reflected on their experiences as Writing Center tutors. Here are two different perspectives.
Time and time again, you hear the saying “a picture is worth a thousand words.” But some words bring countless images to mind.
When new students came to the Writing Center open house this year, we asked them to do one of two things: add their own thoughts to a collaborative exquisite corpse story or respond to some images we had on the wall. Here's what it looked like: And here are some closeups with the clever, thoughtful, and … Continue reading Writing Center Open House Pictures
Today the Writing Center participated in the library's open house, and when new first-year students visited us, they were asked to participate in one of two writing projects. One of them was an exquisite corpse project where they were only able to see a portion of what was written previously. What follows started with the … Continue reading Library Open House Exquisite Corpse Project
by Greg Farber-Mazor At the end of every year, as the graduating senior Writing Center tutors are preparing to move on from the confines of the library basement (and Bentley), I typically write them a short note of thanks and wish them well in their future endeavors. This year, for reasons I can’t quite put … Continue reading Good Luck! 3 Pieces of Advice for Graduating Seniors