14. Work on Any Writing
You can make an appointment to discuss any piece of writing even if it isn’t school-related. Whether it’s a resume, personal statement, grad school application, blog post for a student organization, or a creative piece you’re working on during your free time, you can benefit greatly from talking it over with a fellow peer...
UIC Writing Center Magazine Table of Contents From the Director’s Corner by Samantha Gordon & Vainis Aleksa How do Others Learn? Let me Count the Ways by Emily Gahan The Discriminatory Dichotomies: Standard versus Nonstandard English by Alexandra Sydor E-tutoring: The Benefits and Limitations of Online Tutoring by Steven Kushner The Therapeutic Writing Session by Lenore Tahara-Eckl Faculty Editor: Charitianne […]
A magazine of language and identity Table of Contents From Tlaltenango to Chicago by Yessica Huizar A Documented Voice by Phoenix Chen “Ya, da kine.” by Yasmine Lotfi She is not ESL, She is my Mother by Safia Khan La Norteña by Debbie Patino Ladder to the Moon by Queena Luu Linguistic Challenges of International Students in STEM (among other) […]
Earlier in July, four of our tutors had the pleasure of meeting with Ana Trujillo, Director of the Writing Center at the University of Santiago De Cali (USC) in Cali, Valle, Colombia. It served as a powerful reminder as to how writing centers are slowly changing the world. Dr. Trujillo had a lot of information to offer, and we learned […]