by Kimiya Kim image: "Writer's Block" by Sharon Drummond Let’s be real, writing is hard, and this is coming from a writing tutor. In a previous post, my colleague Kennedy iterated this by describing the hardships of writing and the ways in which even tutors make mistakes. Now I know what you’re probably thinking, why … Continue reading To Write or Not to Write?
By Georgia Terry Reading is not only a great way to exercise your mind, but it is a good way to relax during the summer months. It is a productive way to pass your free time, and if you don’t read regularly, the summer is a great time to start. Here are some tips for … Continue reading Tips for Getting Started on Summer Reading
by Georgia Terry Experiencing nerves or anxiety when presenting? Just know that you are not alone! Have you ever watched someone present and been amazed by how they carry themselves, articulate their points, and engage with their audience? Some people are just naturally adept at public speaking, and growing up for me, it always astounded … Continue reading Tips for Nervous Presenters
By Kennedy Brake English, man. There’s a lot to it. Maybe too much if I’m being honest. Like, apparently you can’t end a sentence with a preposition, or split infinitives, and punctuation has to go outside parentheticals. And you also have to know what all of those things are. You’ve got to know when to … Continue reading Your Writing Tutor Doesn’t Think Your Stupid
Having now nearly completed her first semester at home since returning from studying abroad, tutor Emma Gharibian shares some things she learned from her experience.
The title pretty much says it all. Read some thoughts from tutor Asimina Morris.
Fashion aficionado (and Writing Center tutor), Ara Ohemeng, walks through some fun DIY projects to pass the time during quarantine!
In the midst of quarantine, tutor Jake Carrick hopes for the day when we can focus on "old news."
Now a senior in college, tutor Karissa Smith reflects on a letter she wrote to herself at the age of 16.
Based on her experience working at The Borgen Project, tutor Krithi Sekaran offers insights about what we can do to end global poverty.