Another week come and gone here at The Writing Center. October has suddenly appeared, making this past week’s trendiest accessory a hot cup of coffee. The middle of the semester is almost upon us, which means one thing: midterms. Students are spending their time studying away in the library, and pulling late-night cram sessions to fit in just a little more review before the exam. Caffeine becomes a necessity for surviving all of these exams and papers. Help take a little stress off yourself about your paper by bringing it into The Writing Center (where we also offer coffee, tea, and other hot beverages!). We would love to read over it with you and help make that paper as good as it can be.
Hope to see you here soon, and good luck with your studies!
Hey there! It looks like THE hottest top to wear this past week was a flannel shirt. With the cold weather suddenly upon us, students everywhere have been bundling up as they travel across campus. With a chill in the air, it can be hard to want to leave your comfy, cozy room to make it to your Writing Center appointment. Have no fear! We’ve opened up many new locations this year, with hours during the day or evening for your convenience. Check out the list, and see which is closest to you; we might even have a location in your dorm hall, so all you have to do is head on downstairs to go over that paper due later this week, or that application you’ve been working on.
What are you waiting for? Your next Writing Center appointment may be just around the corner.
Any guesses as to what THE must-have accessory was last week? Résumés, résumés, résumés! Many of the appointments students made at The Writing Center were to review and improve their résumé writing skills. With autumn upon us, job interviews, internship fairs, and graduate school applications are a few of the great reasons to make an appointment.
Will you be ahead of the curve with an up-to-date, impressive résumé?
Looks like THE color to wear last week was turquoise–specifically, the awesome Writing Center 20/20 shirt. This fall semester marks the 20th anniversary of Writing Center, and we are celebrating with 20 different events. This festive year was kicked off with a big party in August, and some of the other upcoming events include game nights, creating a cook book, open mic nights, and more parties!
Next event on the calendar is the Reading with the Red Cedar Writing Project–will you be there?
Writing Center 20/20 Shirt
Looks like THE accessories to have this summer are Tom’s shoes on your feet and a clear plastic bag in your hand–especially if you are in the vicinity of this summer’s Academic Orientation Program. Hordes of brand new MSU students came through the Resource Fair in June and July and got the opportunity to check out the Writing Center’s booth where they picked up free swag including magnetic post-it notes, bookmarks, and page flags. Looking forward to seeing everyone in one of the Writing Center’s many locations starting this fall!
By: Katie Manthey
Looks like green was the color to wear in the Writing Center last week–especially if you were participating in all the fun of Grandparents University. Tuesday and Wednesday, the Writing Center was full of nontraditional students: both older and younger than average. The fun included events such as memoir writing and making videos and it looked like everyone had a really great time.
I think it’s safe to say that the biggest trend of last week was Grandparents University–any votes on what it might be for this week?