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Crafting a Thesis Statement

19 March 2015

Crafting a Thesis Statement The world recently gave a reluctant farewell to NBC’s beloved sitcom, Parks and Recreation. If you’re like me, you’re currently in the middle of a nostalgia-fueled Netflix binge of the show just to help you make sense of things. So, if you miss Leslie Knope as much as I do, today’s […]

Meet the Staff Monday: Rebecca K.

16 March 2015

Meet the Staff Monday: Rebecca K. Year: 3rd Major: Ph.D. Candidate in Biological Sciences 1. What’s the best advice anyone has ever given you about writing? A poor draft is better than no draft! I used to have so much trouble starting a writing project because I was entirely too anxious about making it perfect […]

Creating Your E-portfolio: Design Tips

12 March 2015

Creating Your E-portfolio: Design Tips Starting your digital resume and portfolio can be overwhelming. You have to decide on the aesthetics, the website platform, organization… not to mention what you actually have to write. You want your ePortfolio to look professional, yet show more personality than your black and white resume. Content is important, but a […]

Meet the Staff: Mary Beth

9 March 2015

Meet the Staff: Mary Beth   Name: Mary Beth Major: Rehabilitation & Disability Studies Year: Sophomore 1. What’s the best advice anyone has ever given you about writing? My high school English composition teacher taught me how to be concise, but still expressive of the elements of my argument, and I still think about that […]

Coping With Writer’s Block

5 March 2015

Coping With Writer’s Block I’m currently sitting at a table in a coffee shop trying to write this blog. I’ve been here for at least an hour, maybe longer, and these are the first words I’m typing. Up until now, I’ve engaged in many fruitful and worthwhile activities: Gazing Off Into the Distance, Staring at […]