The Writery

“The Writery” was a printed publication of the Campus Writing Program from 1994 – 2005.

Past Issues

August/September 1994, “Thinker, Tinker, Tailor: Miriam Golomb,Master of Assignment Design

October/November 1994, “An Other Teacher’s Perspective: TAs in the WI Classroom

January 1995, “A Journey, A Journal, Writing to Learn

April 1995, “Instead of talking, I listened . . . ”

May 1995, “Two Can Teach Better Than One”

November 1995, “Beyond the Tutorial:Observations on Linguistic and Cultural Challenges

January 1996, “A Terminal of One’s Own:Finding a New Voice, Finding a New Text”

March 1996, “A Tale of Two Universities: the Intersection of Sharing New Ideas

May 1996, “Portrait of a Radio”

October 1996, “One Potter’s Way With Words”

December 1996, “The University as a Crime Scene: Multimedia Forensics in English 102”

April 1997, “Engineering Writing:  A Formula for Success”

January 1998, “Planning Growth and Planting Trees”

May 1998, “Getting Students to Take Rough Drafts Seriously”

February 1999,  “Writing The Impossible”

May 1999, “Plaid Skirts, Common Threads”

November 1999, “Commenting on Commenting”

November/December 2005, “Twenty-Year-Old Campus Writing Program Moves to Conley House