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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Mat Colling is a senior English and Secondary Education double major who has grown increasingly invested in sea shanties, naval fiction, and his brilliant fiance. He is a member of the Drury Student Teachers Association and is also involved in the theatre department as the house manager. He has experience in various forms of creative writing, particularly short fiction and poetry. Mat also enjoys studying grammar and recently TA’d for ENGL 253: Grammar and Style. Along with this, he is also proficient in the current editions of APA and MLA, and has some experience with Chicago style.
Zoey (she/her) is a Writing and English double major in her third year. She is also a member of Zeta Tau Alpha, Sigma Tau Delta, Publication Club, and The Mirror. Zoey’s latest obsessions are writing micro fiction, film studies, and Dungeons and Dragons. She will gladly talk to you about her favorite overlooked horror movies and whatever TV show she’s currently watching way too much of. Her strengths include creative writing, structure and organization, and MLA format.
Madison Stahl is an English and Writing double major who plays clarinet in wind symphony, chamber orchestra, and marching band. She is also involved in Sigma Tau Delta and Alpha Lambda Delta. In her free time, she collects vinyl records, attends concerts, reads historical fiction, and writes. She enjoys working with creative writing, grammar and style, MLA format, and structure/organization.
Gabriella is a senior majoring in Middle School Language Arts Education, with minors in English, and Business & Entrepreneurship. She is President of Kappa Delta, and members of the organizations Drury Student Teacher Association and Think Green. Gabriella enjoys cooking, writing, hiking, and listening to music. Her strengths include MLA format, personal narrative, journalistic articles, and creative writing.