Library Open House Exquisite Corpse Project

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

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Formatting versus Content: The Influence of Specific Formatting Requirements our Writing

By Gabby Tetreault We’ve all been there. A professor assigns a paper, and along with the assignment comes a page-long list of formatting requirements that the paper must meet. The criteria are so specific that we wonder how we’ll be able to get our point across amidst the myriad of rules concerning word choice, sentence … Continue reading Formatting versus Content: The Influence of Specific Formatting Requirements our Writing

Good Reads

Hey, Bentley!  We’re back with another installment of our tutors’ answers to writing-related questions. This one’s a short one:  What’s the best thing you’ve read recently?  Dan:  Flash Fiction Forward:  80 Very Short Stories. Nicole:  The Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare.  The first book is called City of Bones, if you’re interested! Katie:  Water … Continue reading Good Reads