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“Rituals and Gestures”: Identity and Discovery in the Writing Classroom

Composition scholar David Bartholomae’s influential article “Inventing the University” explicates his perspectives on how basic writers “write their way into the university,” and how they don’t (12). 1,762 more words

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Informal Blog #4

Desiree Dighton’s piece “All Along the Watchtower: Some Kind of Way Out of Basic Writing Using Emerging Technologies” takes on some of the primary concerns and accolades for digital literacies’ incorporation into basic writing classrooms. 510 more words

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Assignment #2

I’m stealing this assignment! This takes the “literacy narrative” genre into a different, student-centered, context. The trouble I’ve experienced with writing in this genre is the disinterest many of my students express with “literacy,” an admittedly abstract concept. 483 more words

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Baruch Cuts CCNY Postseason Short

By Ralph Chery, Contributor | 

After winning the title last year, the City College men’s soccer team’s CUNYAC season ended early in the quarterfinals when Baruch College defeated them 4-2 Wednesday afternoon at Icahn Stadium on Randall’s Island. 657 more words

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CCNY Topscorer Eager to Play His First Playoff Game

By Ralph Chery, Contributor | 

Kenan Redzematovic is the best goalscorer City College has seen in the past five years, netting 39 percent of City’s goal tally this season with seven goals. 283 more words

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CCNY Goes into the Playoffs with Best Conference Record Since 2007

By Ralph Chery, Contributor | 

You thought City College men’s soccer team’s championship season last year was just a phase they were going through, didn’t you? 454 more words

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