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Topic/KeywordTitleLink
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ApostropheThe Apostrophe Strikes Backhttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193082
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AssignmentsSwimming Through an Ocean of Assignment Sheetshttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193077
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AssignmentsDecoding Long Assignment Sheetshttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/194254
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AudienceAnd Your Audience Is...?https://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/194258
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Be verbsDon't Be; Just Dohttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193065
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Bibliography2. More Bitterness with Bibliographieshttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193678
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Bibliography1. Bitter Bibliographic Baggagehttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193675
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BrainstormingHow Early Is Too Early for the UWC?https://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193056
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Citation styles1. Bitter Bibliographic Baggagehttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193675
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Citation styles
2. More Bitterness with Bibliographieshttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193678
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Citation stylesDid You Say "Chicago Style"?
https://writingcenter.appstate.edu/blog/did-you-say-%E2%80%9Cchicago-style%E2%80%9D
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Citing sources1. Bitter Bibliographic Baggagehttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193675
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ClarityOf Rambles and Run-onshttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193662
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Collaborative writingDrawn Together, Torn Apart: The Rollercoaster That Is Collaborative Writinghttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193195
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ColonCelebrating Traditions: Thankful for Grammar Mechanicshttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193686
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ColonWriting Tip: (Semi)Colons Aren't Wackhttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193653
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CommaComma Confusedhttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193648
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CommaCelebrating Traditions: Thankful for Grammar Mechanicshttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193686
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Concise writingCut It Down: A Practical Guide to Economical Writinghttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193198
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ConclusionConfounding Conclusionshttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193670
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Conjunctive adverbsPerplexed Progressionshttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/194250
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ConsultantsAn Open Letter to New UWC Consultantshttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193059
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ConsultantsFeeling LOST? 8 Ways the Writing Center Will Help You Find Your Pathhttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193201
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Cover letterWriting Tip: Decoding Cover Lettershttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193086
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Creative writingWhat's a Short Story to Kurt Vonnegut?https://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193176
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Credible sourcesLet's Get Credible, Credible!https://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193671
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DashDon't Be Rash—Use the Dashhttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193075
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DashWait—What the Heck Is an Em-dash?https://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/194264
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DescriptionCat's Cradle: A Sample Descriptive Essayhttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/192931
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Economical writingCut It Down: A Practical Guide to Economical Writinghttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193198
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Em dashWait—What the Heck Is an Em-dash?https://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/194264
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EthosUnlocking the Rhetorical Triangle: Logos, Pathos, and Ethoshttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193063
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EvaluationBeginning with the End in Mind: Developing a Process of Evaluationhttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/192939
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Final projectA Bundle o' Nerveshttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193191
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Finishing upProofreading: The Forgotten Stephttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/194249
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Finishing upThe Value of Revisionhttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/194256
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Formatting2. More Bitterness with Bibliographieshttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193678
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Front deskColumn: From the Front Deskhttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193052
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Getting startedHow Early Is Too Early for the UWC?https://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193056
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Getting startedDecoding Long Assignment Sheetshttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/194254
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Getting startedBack to School, Back to Papershttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193067
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Getting startedKarate Chopping Writer's Blockhttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193064
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Getting startedGetting Started—For the Anxious Writerhttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/194251
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Getting startedFrom Chaos to Order: The Why and How of Organizing a Texthttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193656
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Getting started50 Shades of Thesis Denialhttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193203
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Getting startedGame of Groans, How to Overcome Writer's Blockhttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193174
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Getting startedWriting as Desserthttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/192968
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Getting startedThesis Writing—Getting Startedhttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/208202
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Grad school applicationSo You Want To Get Into Grad School: On Writing Statements of Purposehttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/194261
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GrammarThe Force of Grammarhttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193061
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GrammarCelebrating Traditions: Thankful for Grammar Mechanicshttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193686
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GrammarGrammar Moses Speakshttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/322103
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Group projectsDrawn Together, Torn Apart: The Rollercoaster That Is Collaborative Writinghttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193195
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HandwritingThe Pen-sive Processhttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193071
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Higher orderHow Early Is Too Early for the UWC?https://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193056
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InternshipWriting in the Workplace: Basic Survival Skills to Make it Through Your Summer Internshiphttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193080
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JournalingJournaling: The Perfect Winter Activityhttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/192956
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LogosUnlocking the Rhetorical Triangle: Logos, Pathos, and Ethoshttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193063
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Love of Writing
For Valentine's Day, We Spread the Love of Writing
https://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/201732
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Lower orderHow Early Is Too Early for the UWC?https://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193056
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MistakesThe Force of Grammarhttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193061
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MistakesWriting Tip: (Semi)Colons Aren't Wackhttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193653
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MistakesTHERE Is Hope!https://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193649
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Multimodal compositionWriting Extends Beyond the Pagehttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193078
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OrganizationFrom Chaos to Order: The Why and How of Organizing a Texthttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193656
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Parts of SpeechGrammar Moses Speakshttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/322103
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PathosUnlocking the Rhetorical Triangle: Logos, Pathos, and Ethoshttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193063
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Period
Celebrating Traditions: Thankful for Grammar Mechanicshttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193686
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Personal statementsPersonal Statements: How Personal Do I Get?https://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/206313
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Plagiarism1. Bitter Bibliographic Baggagehttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193675
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PlagiarismHe Who Must Not Be Named: Detecting and Defeating Plagiarismhttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193181
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PresentationA Bundle o' Nerveshttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193191
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Procrastination50 Shades of Thesis Denialhttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193203
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ProcrastinationProcrastinationhttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/326573
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ProgressionsPerplexed Progressionshttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/194250
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PronounTHERE Is Hope!https://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193649
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PronounThe “Problem” with Singular “They”https://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193060
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PronounWho…or Whom? Who! No, Whom? Right?https://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193055
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ProofreadingThe Benefits of Proofreadinghttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193172
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ProofreadingProofreading: The Forgotten Stephttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/194249
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Public speakingA Bundle o' Nerveshttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193191
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PunctuationThe Apostrophe Strikes Backhttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193082
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PunctuationComma Confusedhttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193648
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PunctuationDon't Be Rash—Use the Dashhttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193075
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PunctuationCelebrating Traditions: Thankful for Grammar Mechanicshttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193686
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PunctuationBreaking Bad Punctuationhttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/194266
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PunctuationOf Rambles and Run-onshttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193662
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PunctuationWriting Tip: (Semi)Colons Aren't Wackhttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193653
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RelationshipsSummer Lovin'https://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193054
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ResearchBack to School, Back to Papershttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193067
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ResearchLet's Get Credible, Credible!https://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193671
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ResumeSo You Want to Work for the “Big Man”?https://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/192940
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RevisionThe Value of Revisionhttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/194256
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RhetoricUnlocking the Rhetorical Triangle: Logos, Pathos, and Ethoshttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193063
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Run-on sentencesOf Rambles and Run-onshttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193662
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SemicolonCelebrating Traditions: Thankful for Grammar Mechanicshttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193686
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SemicolonWriting Tip: (Semi)Colons Aren't Wackhttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193653
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Short storiesWhat's a Short Story to Kurt Vonnegut?https://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/193176
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Statement of purposeSo You Want To Get Into Grad School: On Writing Statements of Purposehttps://orgsync.com/147489/news_posts/194261
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