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Fort Wayne 71 - Indiana 68... How does this impact the Mastodons' Brand?

I know that some of my good friends are not going to like this latest post, but Tuesday’s upset is something I could not not comment on. 1,183 more words

Writing Center Alumna: Sadie Hoffman

We caught up with writing center consultant and grad, Sadie to see where she’s at now.

After graduating from IPFW, I moved to Boston, MA and started a dual master’s degree program in library science and children’s literature at Simmons College.

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A letter from an alumna: Maleah Fick

My name is Maleah Fick and I was employed at the IPFW Writing Center from August 2011 to December 2013. I applied to be a writing consultant after one of my professors highly recommended the position. 302 more words

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Toxic Topics

Throughout college we do a lot of writing—like A LOT. On the plus side, professors give us a pretty wide range of genres to work in and with so many different professors to study under, we get a healthy dose of variety. 650 more words

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Personal Narrative

A personal narrative is, basically, an essay written about a personal experience. Most of the time, personal narratives are written in the first person and sound a lot like a story, which means that they aren’t as formal as the other papers your professor assigns. 603 more words

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Rising Coaches Conference Notes - Mark Downey

Rising Coaches Conference Notes – Mark Downey

These notes were originally featured on RisingCoachesElite.com. Make sure to follow @RisingCoaches on twitter for more coaching material. 116 more words

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This is WAC (writing across the curriculum): A poet's perspective

Dr. Curtis Crisler, Associate Professor of English at IPFW, answered our questions and provided writing insights from his own expert experience.

“Do you have a particular way you research and write?” -Heather D. 595 more words

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