Two years. That’s how long I’ve been a writing tutor at the Marian E. Wright Writing Center (M.E.W.). And yet, like all good things, my time at the Writing Center must come to an end. Today is my last day working at M.E.W. and I wanted to commemorate my time here by reflecting on conclusions.
Monthly Archives:: April 2021
End of Semester Chaos: 3 Tips to Manage Stress
The end is in sight. The Winter 2021 semester is coming to a close. We are a week or so away from completing our final exams and turning in our final projects and essays. The work load is piling up, and we have limited time to pull it all together. Between managing our university lives
Dealing with Logjams: For When the Words are Stubborn
Not too long ago, my family visited Lumberman’s Monument. It’s on the Au Sable River west of Oscoda, and if you haven’t been, I recommend it (although I think Iargo Springs, a few miles down the road, is even better). The views are excellent, the monument itself oddly compelling and vivid for being a bunch