Plan to visit The Writing Center well before your paper is due. Writing improves with careful reading and revision; ideally, this should occur throughout the writing process, not only on the afternoon or evening before an assignment must be turned in.
The Writing Center operates on a drop-in basis (first-come, first-serve) or through online reservations. Consultants are only available during scheduled afternoon and evening hours.
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Ashley is a Writing major minoring in Music and Philosophy. She is a member of Publication Club, KDRU, Drury Singers, Chamber Choir, Think Green, Sigma Tau Delta, and Philosophy Club. She loves traveling, writing poetry, art journaling, composing music, and embroidering on her balcony. Her strengths include MLA format, grammar and punctuation, and creative writing.
Zoey (she/her) is a Writing and English double major, and she is obtaining a certificate in Graphic Storytelling. She is also a member of Zeta Tau Alpha, Drury Indie Game Studio, and Sigma Tau Delta. In her free time, Zoey writes short stories, watches and critiques movies, and plays Dungeons and dragons. Her strengths include creative writing, structure and organization, and MLA format.
Gabriella is a junior majoring in Middle School Language Arts Education, with minors in English, and Business & Entrepreneurship. She is Vice President Membership of Kappa Delta, President of Drury Student Teacher Association, Managing Editor of The Mirror, and a member of Think Green. Gabriella enjoys cooking, writing, hiking, and listening to music. Her strengths include MLA format, personal narrative, journalistic articles, and creative writing.
Mat Colling is a junior English and Secondary Education double major whose favorite TV show is “The Haunting of Bly Manor.” He enjoys working on grammar and is proficient in APA and MLA, and has experience with Chicago style.