Monthly Archives: October 2014

Quick Guide to Blending Quotes

by:  Derrian Goebel When attempting to incorporate quotes into an essay, one of the biggest problems for students is blending the quote into their own words. A teacher asks students to provide source evidence, some students will copy/paste a quote … Continue reading

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Thesis Blog Post

By Courtney Kiley We’ve all been there: assignment sheet in hand, resources identified, yet staring at a blank computer screen unsure how to begin crafting our thesis statement. Constructing a thesis statement is one of the most crucial components of writing … Continue reading

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These our Powerbrokers and Plagiarists

By Reece Gibb It mightn’t take long for any scholar worth his salt to find in the annals of history instances of plagiarism, the perpetration of which went unpunished. In centuries past, philosophical and political scholars have perpetrated plagiarism without … Continue reading

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“The Most Frightening Punctuation on Earth: Semicolons”

By Lindsy Sullivan The infamous semicolon drifts within the dimension of the unknown, suffering from misuse and neglect at the pencil tips of writers every day. So if you are confused about semicolons and everything they entail, relax and get … Continue reading

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