Ace Your Final Paper Workshop and Drop In’s

Aside from offering more drop in’s this week, WSP will be giving a workshop on the essentials needed for an A+ paper. We will be going over the necessary things your paper should cover such as the thesis statement, supporting evidence, and grammar etc. After going over such topics, we will be offering more drop in’s for students that want somebody to review their final … Continue reading Ace Your Final Paper Workshop and Drop In’s

Writing Tip Tuesday: Writing the Dreaded Conclusion

The conclusion of a paper is your final opportunity to prove your point and it is understandable why one can fear writing it¨ especially if you feel like you sound repetitive. The purpose of the conclusion is to synthesize all the proof you provided in your paper, restate your thesis, and answer once more the “so what ” question. This can be a daunting task … Continue reading Writing Tip Tuesday: Writing the Dreaded Conclusion

Janet Brown Scholarship Recipient: Paola Gonzalez

Every year, the Writing Success Program and the Community Program’s Office awards student leaders who have encountered financial barriers, a scholarship in honor of our founding director, Janet E. Brown. We asked applicants for the story behind the most meaningful object in their lives. Read down below for this recipient’s story: The most meaningful object that I own is my ukulele. Three years ago when … Continue reading Janet Brown Scholarship Recipient: Paola Gonzalez

Janet Brown Scholarship Recipient: Nga Mai

Every year the Writing Success Program and the Community Program’s Office awards student leaders who have encountered financial barriers, a scholarship in honor of our founding director, Janet E. Brown. We asked applicants for the story behind the most meaningful object in their lives. Read down below for this recipient’s story:   There is one photo that hangs in isolation upon an off-white wall. The … Continue reading Janet Brown Scholarship Recipient: Nga Mai

Janet Brown Scholarship Recipient: Amelia Vernon

Every year, the Writing Success Program and the Community Program’s Office awards student leaders who have encountered financial barriers, a scholarship in honor of our founding director, Janet E. Brown. We asked applicants for the story behind the most meaningful object in their lives. Read down before for this recipient’s story:   A flat. B. Or was it B flat? The notes all merged together … Continue reading Janet Brown Scholarship Recipient: Amelia Vernon

Janet Brown Scholarship Recipient: Giovanny Machado

Every year, the Writing Success Program and the Community Program’s Office awards student leaders who have encountered financial barriers, a scholarship in honor of our founding director, Janet E. Brown. We asked applications for the story behind the most meaningful object in their lives. Read down before for this recipient’s story: The most meaningful object that I possess is my mother’s silver chain that she … Continue reading Janet Brown Scholarship Recipient: Giovanny Machado

“[Archive]”: Daily Quote: Advice to Better Your Interpersonal Relationships

“The beginning of love is to let those we love be perfectly themselves, and not to twist them to fit our own image. Otherwise, we love only the reflection of ourselves we find in them. ” –Thomas Merton “What’s the worst thing I’ve stolen? Probably little pieces of other people’s lives. Where I’ve either wasted their time or hurt them in some way. That’s the … Continue reading “[Archive]”: Daily Quote: Advice to Better Your Interpersonal Relationships