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Expository, Persuasive, and Literary, O My!

By Jesse Rice, Writing Mentor

When I was a child, I thought papers were simple: just throw words together and go on my way. Papers in college prove not to be simple, so many styles to ruin my day. 420 more words


Behind the Project 36L's

Isaiah Velez is the feature presenter of the Writing Center’s next Get Creative event at
Nyack College, NYC Campus.

Join the Writing Center for an in-depth discussion of the artist’s new project… 11 more words


Using the Writing Center

So–yes another shorter blog entry–I’m going to the University’s Writing Center today to workshop a short-story.  The story is called Whale Song and I’ve submitted it frequently, but I’ve been told that the main character comes across as a bit of a jerk.   185 more words


Express Yourself

As I have been working at the writing center at my university for more than two years now, I have come to realize a few things. 412 more words

Personal Blog

Silence and Expression Through Language

Silence is a fortress, a means of defense, a retreat from the confusing world of multiculturalism.

In Min-zhan Lu’s article “From Silence to Words: Writing as Struggle,” she explains the consequences of living between two different worlds. 905 more words

Writing Center

How to Write a Killer Thesis

By Daniel Fabrick, Writing Mentor

College is full of academic assignments that can often be intimidating if you don’t know how to approach them.  One of the most common fears, especially to new students, is anything that involves the word “writing,” whether it be an essay, a research paper or even a simple response.  452 more words