Category Archives: Greg Farber-Mazor

Good Luck! 3 Pieces of Advice for Graduating Seniors

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 … Continue reading

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Is Writing by Hand Obsolete?

We’ve been a little delinquent in posting new material, so I thought I’d get this semester kicked off with a short rumination on why doing some writing away from the keyboard might actually be beneficial, even in this age of … Continue reading

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A Sign from Above

Recently, when walking through Cambridge, I came across this sign in a parking lot. I know that I’m someone who notices these things. I love writing and it drives me a little crazy to see words misused so publicly. There … Continue reading

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