Writer to Writer Offers Peer Tutoring

Glenn Rohrbacker

September 23, 2015

Filed under Campus News and Events, University of New Haven

Is writing one of those skills that has just never come naturally to you? Do you think you could benefit from advice from one of your colleagues who has been in your shoes? If the answer is yes, the University of New Haven’s brand new peer tutor service can help you. Called Writer to Writer, it is dedicated...


Samantha Higgins

April 22, 2015

Filed under Opinion & Editorials

We’re all required to take the WPE to graduate. For those of you who don’t know, that’s the Writing Proficiency Examination. If you ask me, it’s more like a Waste of Precious Energy. We all have to take English classes as part of our core requirements, so why are we then required to take ...

“How Do I Write For Thee? Let Me Count the Ways…”

Liana Teixeira

February 20, 2013

Filed under Opinion & Editorials

Hello readers! I don’t know about you, but spring semester is flying by, and it’s a bit difficult to believe this is only the second editorial I have written since classes began. I’m not going to lie—I’m pretty rusty. And busy, for that matter (which is why I find myself writing my weekly editorial...

Time to Take the WPE

Samantha Mathewson

February 14, 2013

Filed under Campus News and Events, University of New Haven

It’s WPE time for some undergraduate juniors who have already earned 57 credits or more, and seniors who need to take it before they graduate this spring. The WPE is a writing proficiency exam; just like in high school where you took the SAT which tested your math, English and writing skills, the...

Early McCartney musings discovered in Liverpool

Brittni DeHart

September 28, 2009

Filed under Music

From The Associated Press A discovery in a Liverpool library has revealed that Paul McCartney's talent for writing was winning him prizes when he was just 10 — though for an essay about the queen, rather than a hit song. A British researcher said he found an essay written — in very tidy, c...

Tupac’s mother donates his writing for research

Brittni DeHart

September 26, 2009

Filed under Music

From The Associated Press Tupac Shakur's mother has donated a collection of the rapper's writing to the Robert W. Woodruff Library at Atlanta University Center Afeni Shakur has handed over more than 150 of her son's items, ranging from rough drafts of lyrics and poems to a photocopy of his contract ...

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