Since last spring quarter, I have spent every Wednesday night tutoring an adult immigrant in English as a Second Language at a Chicago branch of Heartland Alliance
, a Midwest anti-poverty organization dedicated to preserving human dignity and protecting human … Continue Reading ››
I’ll admit, I am a Pinterest junkie. Most might identify Pinterest as a hub for DIY (do-it-yourself) projects. That is true, but it’s also a handy source for helping you live your life. For those who don’t know how Pinterest … Continue Reading ››
I’m not Catholic, but sometimes I feel like I should be with all the guilt I hold. Whenever I make a mistake, or back down on a promise, or even forget to say hello to someone, I’ll find myself compelled to apologize, and try to make it up in someway.
It's ePortfolio season at DePaul. Programs that require students to submit portfolios as graduation requirements are wrapping up, job and internship applications are being prepared as the end of the school year draws near, and everyone's got graphic design on the … Continue Reading ››
I was looking to know more about grammar, but I think I ended up building my ethos.
Over this last summer, I spent some time going through a copy of Grammar For Dummies
that I found at my local branch of … Continue Reading ››
Albert Einstein said, “The important thing is not to stop questioning.” Although tutors answer questions that a writer may ask about their writing, we should consider the questions we ask writers.
Hello Scrawl Nation!
On this beautiful Spring day in Chicago, your friendly Scrawl Radio team welcomed fellow UCWbLer Ryan McQueeney on the show to talk about his experiences with leadership and about the rhetoric of good leadership. How appropriate with all … Continue Reading ››
Greetings DePaul students and faculty!
On this week’s episode of the lovely Scrawl Radio show, we will be discussing leadership and what it takes to be a leader, particularly at DePaul’s very own University Center for Writing-based Learning. The guest on … Continue Reading ››
Last week the Research Team, along with the Outreach Team, Megan P, Maya S, and Molly R. attended the East Central Writing Centers Association’s conference at the University of Notre Dame. The theme of the conference was ethics in writing … Continue Reading ››