Easy for Tyrice to say. He’s always cool under pressure! The Marian E. Wright Writing Center is ecstatically proud of Tyrice Denson—if there is a stronger word than “ecstatic,” include that too. Tyrice was selected as one of this year’s 2019 graduating Maize and Blue Scholars. When I asked him how he felt about being
Hello, University of Michigan-Flint, and welcome back for the Winter 2019 semester! Whiteboard art compliments of Laura, Tutor at MEW The Marian E. Wright Writing Center is open again, and we’ve made a few changes since you last saw us. Schedule: our hours have changed, and we’re now open on Sundays. Our new hours are
This poem was chosen by our judges as the 1st Place winner in our 6th Annual Poetry Contest.
This poem was chosen by our judges as the 2nd Place winner in our 6th Annual Poetry Contest.
This poem was chosen by our judges as the 3rd Place winner in our 6th Annual Poetry Contest. Beneath Heaven’s Deicide a silent sky left all abandoned while women without a taint were hammering at smoldering theodicies on anvils, and men who once mistook themselves (a crime, perhaps) as saints would find themselves with weeping
The Writing Center is home to many interesting, talented tutors and writers. Jordan Morrow is both. I asked him how he’s grown as a writer. In his typical witty and charmingly sarcastic manner, he responds with: “I water myself once a day and make sure I get plenty of sun.” Then he laughs, but I
We want to congratulate Coner Segren, who wrote the winning short story for our 5th Annual Love Stinks Writing Contest! Wild Cherries By Coner Segren He didn’t know in what city he had been born. That was one detail he couldn’t remember. Just one of those things no one bothered mentioning, and he didn’t see
We want to congratulate Mitzi Jackson, who wrote the winning poem for our 5th Annual Love Stinks Writing Contest! Thirteen Shades of Green By Mitzi Jackson I was sitting on stratus clouds watching Gods as they walked by When I saw him standing like Solomon did Hanging child under his wrist Bold black, confident black
Well, that time has finally come: the time of essay after essay, group project after group project. It may feel overwhelming, like you can’t keep yourself afloat, but you only have a little more time left and then the rewarding break will be here before you know it! And if you’re graduating, hang in there!
The end of September is near, so you know what that means! The Michigan Writing Center Association (MiWCA) will be having its 23rd Annual ideas Exchange Conference soon! We know that you are just as excited as we are, so we have compiled a quick list of ways to prepare for the festivities!