After a hiatus last year due to Covid uncertainty, the CLC Writing Center’s Peer Writing Tutor Program resumed this fall. In June, we interviewed over 30 students for 12 positions and the outstanding applicant pool made our decisions difficult. However, please meet the 12 students we chose. They are already working in the writing center this semester while taking our tutor development course, English 260 (Intro to Writing Center Theory & Practice).
Teacher(s) Who Recommended You: Rin Martens & Elizabeth Aiossa
Continue reading “Meet the New Peer Writing Tutors (2021-2022)” →
Major or Career Focus: Biology
How long have you been at CLC? I have been at CLC for a year.
What is one strategy you use to get over writer’s block? One strategy I use to get over writer’s block is to find a song that I feel would inspire me during the writing process, something that matches the tone or the mood of what I’m writing, and listen to that song on repeat while I write.
Handwrite first drafts of type them? I prefer to type drafts. For me, it’s easier to rearrange my thoughts, words and phrases if I type them.
What food can you not stop eating? I have a bit of a sweet tooth at times, and I cannot stop eating a candy called Ptasie Mleczko. They are little whipped marshmallows coated in chocolate, and they’re AMAZING!
Recommend a book, graphic novel, movie or TV series that you have enjoyed recently: I would recommend the movie Cruella! Although it’s fairly dark for Disney, I enjoyed it.
If your life had a theme song right now, what would it be? If my life had a theme song right now, it would be “Unwritten” by Natasha Bedingfield.
What is one surprising thing we should know about you? One surprising thing to know about me is that I’m a returning student! I came back to pursue a new career.