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In-Text Citation Styles

By Dawson Drake Citing sources is a crucial part of academic writing and serves the purpose of giving legitimacy to your argument. Different formatting styles grant us as writers a variety of ways to express our sources of information. The … Continue reading

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Facing the Footnote, Chicago Style

By Jacob Trujillo The Chicago Manual of Style (CMS), students seem to cringe at seeing these words while reading over the syllabus. Whether you believed it to be a collegiate urban myth, or a pothole that can be easily avoided, CMS is an unexpected … Continue reading

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