This fall quarter, I am in my Senior year Capstone course for the Geography department (GEO 300). For the nerdy academic types out there, the Capstone can be an exciting and stressful time of investigation, theorizing, and research. If you are … Continue Reading ››
- Share: what blogs do you read?
- Discuss: why does the UCWbL have a blog?
- Brainstorm blog topics in groups
- Read & Reflect: "How to Write an Effective Blog Post"
What blogs do you read?Break into small groups and … Continue Reading ››
Hello, new UCWbLers! If you're looking for your interview questions for WRD 395 or 582, look no further. Below you can find the directions and interview questions you'll need to begin interviewing returning UCWbLers. (Don't worry, it won't be as … Continue Reading ››
Sorry for the delay, dear readers! Everybody here at the UCWbL has been super busy: between writing, reading, and moving, last Wednesday just so happened to be treatless. I decided to move the recipe for James' cookies until this week, … Continue Reading ››
Looking for ways to make your writing more concise? You’re not alone. Even the most accomplished wordsmith wants her meaning to be more apparent, her ideas more digestible, and her messages clearer for an audience. While there is no magic … Continue Reading ››
Joining the Collaborative for Multilingual Writing and Research this past winter quarter has helped me achieve my professional, personal, and academic goals. More than that, it’s also been a great way for me to foster a sense of community during … Continue Reading ››
I'm not sure if everybody knows, but the writing center is open this summer! We're here in the loop on the 16th floor, so if you have a paper for a summer class or a creative work that you'd like … Continue Reading ››
You have something important to write and the web is your billboard. Unfortunately, it’s easy for even the most inspiring message, novel idea, or life-changing bit of information to get lost or muddled in all the online traffic. So, what … Continue Reading ››
I'll preface this post by saying that it's really difficult to offend me personally. There are things people say and do that I understand are generally offensive to society or groups of people or other individuals, but it is rare … Continue Reading ››
Hello Scrawl Nation! This week's episode of Scrawl continued the bittersweet journey of the end of a school year as we bid farewell to a Scrawl host for the second week in a row! Co-host, producer, and graduate assistant Brandon Haskey … Continue Reading ››