By: Brittany Kach I’m constantly amazed by the diverse accomplishments of our clients in the Writing Center. For some of my clients, English is not their first language, and they have fought, and continue to fight, to become educated
By: Joshua Blattenberger There is no single ideal way to write in all circumstances. The structure and content of a work are defined by context, audience, and purpose. A twenty-page story based on the death of a loved one
By: Joshua S. Proud According to the Merriam Webster Dictionary, writer’s block is “a psychological inhibition preventing a writer from proceeding with a piece.” Basically, this is a time when your brain feels absent. It could feel as if
By: Joshua S. Proud 1.) Analyze the prompt. Make sure you fully understand the question. What is the prompt asking you? What research do you need to do to fully understand the topic? Know exactly what you’re thinking before starting.
By: Writing Center Consultant Monica Flickinger Out of Reach I am drowning in your green waters, emerald light reflecting on the past, biting at freshly stitched memories. These effervescent windows to your soul, the calm before this storm
Professor John Paul Staszel By: Joshua S. Proud “Pick a topic that interests you and be excited about it.” – John Paul Staszel, Professor, Department of Music and Theatre Theatre may not be the first area of study