by Rachel Helgeson, 2nd year student I consider myself a writer. But the hardest thing for me to do is to start writing. It’s taken me a good few days just to start this article. I’d bet you’d expect that someone who calls themselves a writer would actually enjoy the idea of receiving a new … Continue reading Starting an Essay… Eventually: Tackling Small Goals to Tackle the Big Goal
Lawrence Cleary, Co- director, Regional Writing Centre, UL Is there anything more frustrating than conjuring a title that communicates everything you want it to communicate? It seems that most of the online wisdom about coming up with a good title is from bloggers, an anxiety that appears close to every blogger’s heart. A close second … Continue reading When is a title a tail wagging a dog?
Ciara Gleeson, 1st year student, New Media & English Hey guys, You may begin reading this with the question, "Why the hell am I taking advice from a college drop-out?" but bare with me... Last year, I made the (incredibly scary) decision to drop out of a course I had spent the last three years studying. Everyone … Continue reading Advice from a college drop-out
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