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Mission (I’m)Possible: Writing College and Program Applications

By Ash Thoms College and program applications are full of different information that, while giving a good overview of where you’ve been and what you’ve done, doesn’t actually represent who you are as a person. When was the last time … Continue reading

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College of Education Entrance Essay

By: Cory Anderson Many future teachers, especially those who are not trying to become English teachers, struggle with their own writing. This can make the essay that is required to be accepted in the College of Education look quite daunting. … Continue reading

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A Capital Issue, Degrees in Academic Writing

By:  Aaron Smale Whether you are an incoming freshman or an established grad student, you may find it necessary to communicate your professional or academic titles, degrees, and certifications. In a lot of cases, how you use these titles in … Continue reading

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Personal Statements and Statements of Purpose and Admission Essays, Oh My!

By Miranda Smith Late November to early February brings with it a very exciting and stressful time of year: applying to graduate school. The education possibilities suddenly seem endless and overwhelming, as does the application process with its varying deadlines … Continue reading

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