Monthly Archives: October 2013

Speaking, Writing, and Stephen A. Smith

by Al King We all have our own way of speaking, and sometimes what we say may not be grammatically correct. The use of jargon or “slang” when speaking has become second nature to all of us. When using slang … Continue reading

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The Interdisciplinary Power of Language in a Writing Center

by Michael DuBon Language is a system of reference made to concretize the physical and abstract worlds that also serves as a culture perspective. Every language is its own unique subsystem. To increase understanding of how the system of language … Continue reading

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Political Science Papers: Write Like You Mean It

by Colin deSousa As Political Science students, or just students in a Poli-Sci class, it should always be a priority to remain objective. Remaining objective allows us to analyze every situation and alternatives that might not have been considered had … Continue reading

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