Night (and Afternoon) Against Procrastination

On Thursday, December 1, 2022, the CLC Writing Center hosted a successful write-in event to help students (and CLC faculty and staff) fight procrastination.

Three separate write-in events were scheduled–one on each campus and writers had the opportunity to work for anywhere from two to four hours. Snacks were provided and door prizes were awarded.

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Meet the New Peer Writing Tutors – Part 1

Back in June, we interviewed over 30 students for our Peer Writing Tutor Program. Though our Fall 2022 cohort is smaller than usual, our staff of ten new writing tutors is already mighty. They have been working in the Writing Center since August while also taking English 260 (Intro to Writing Center Theory & Practice), our tutor development course.

Please meet four of our new tutors as well as our the new Tutoring Coordinator for the Writing Center.

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When Your Puzzle Is Missing Pieces

By Jessica Gach

I cannot start thinking about my 16-week journey in ENG 260 and the Writing Center sixteen weeks ago. That is not enough. I need to start when my journey really started and no, I am not talking about the fall of 1988, when I started kindergarten. This journey started on January 19, 2021.

When I started my Legal Research and Writing course, I had no idea what I was getting into. At this point I had only written a handful of papers since graduating high school 20 years prior, and this was LEGAL writing which I had no experience in or even any idea what it was. Throughout the semester, I learned how different legal writing was versus English 121 writing and I loved it. It was research based; it wasn’t based on creativity or even my own opinion. It was based on fact, on historical cases and current cases, and current events. I felt like I found a part of myself (a puzzle piece if you will) in this class that I didn’t know was missing.

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CLC Writing Center Celebrates International Writing Centers Week 2022

Created in 2006 by the International Writing Centers Association (IWCA), International Writing Centers Week focuses on promoting and celebrating writing centers and writing center work in schools and communities across the United States and internationally. 

CLC has been celebrating International Writing Centers Week every year since 2009 and we have some exciting events planned for 2022. We hope you will join us.

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Night Against Procrastination Virtual Write-In

Photo by Kevin Ku on Unsplash

Got Looming Deadlines?
We can help!

Got essays needing revision? Are you trying to finish your final research project in any CLC class? Have a writing task you just can’t seem to complete?

Don’t Go It Alone!

CLC’s Writing Center is once again sponsoring
a two-night
Night Against Procrastination Virtual Write-In.

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