The Writing Center is Back!

Posted on April 20th, 2009 by

Maybe you’re staring at a blank page on your computer screen and you think to yourself “I have no idea where to start with this assignment.” Or you just wrote yourself into a place where you think “this isn’t working.” Or you finished a draft of an assignment and you just reread the instructions for what you were supposed to do and realize – oh, no. I should have read this first. Or you know, you just know, you and punctuation have a bad relationship and you need counseling if you’re ever going to get along.

The Writing Center can help. And now you can meet one of the writing center professionals in the library. Katy Young can be found in room 211, the small room with the big computer screen near the even bigger computer lab on the main floor, on Mondays (2-5pm), Wednesdays (2-5pm), Thursdays (2-10pm), and Sundays (7-10pm). Make an appointment online or just drop by.

Katy’s particular specialty is working with English language learners, about which she knows a lot – but also with anyone learning to write – which basically covers all of us, no matter how long we’ve been at it.

Don’t let it get you down. Go to the writing center!

CC-licensed photos courtesy of Jonno Witts


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