Picture this: You’re in a bind.
You have an assignment that you don’t understand, and you’re short on time.
Or you have a paper that is due tomorrow, and it’s already getting late. 571 more words
Some days, I sit down to write a paper and all of my thoughts come pouring out together. Things seem to flow and click, kind of like the grace of a speedy cashier at the grocery store who scans and stacks the food perfectly. 596 more words
BY DYLYN PETERSON
Staff Writer, UAS Whalesong
So. I arrived a few minutes late to find that the door to Egan 115, the posted locale, was locked. 795 more words
I studied abroad in France for the Spring 2016 semester. During that time, I took mainly literature courses in French and lived in a residence primarily for first-year students, which offered a few rooms to International students like myself. 455 more words
Within Alexis Hall, the tutors of the Writing Center live out a parallel reality. While they are providing invaluable assistance in writing, art history and math, they also are engaged in a mission of their own—one that aims to empower students and allow them to speak confidently about their art. 20 more words