Starting the Year By Fighting Writer’s Block
Booking a Research Consultation
On Finding the Perfect Study Playlist
StudyMania! Places on campus to get work done. (Library List Part 2)
Weekend Schooling: Taking advantage of Writing Centre’s Writing Plus Workshop
Maybe it was the unusual way my Saturday began, but the brisk morning air stood out significantly in my memory. It was a stark reminder that the summer days were getting shorter and that autumn would soon be in full swing. The arrival of autumn was something I needed to brace myself for, something that required preparation. And much like the arrival of that cool season, I needed to brace myself for when my classes got into their full swing, I needed to prepare.
It’s essay season; do you know where your apostrophe should go?
You gotta write good like you know you should. Take them words and string ’em together all smart-like. Why? Because words make us wanna go:
That was painful, I know. I am deeply sorry for putting you through that. The point of it was to show how cringeworthy bad writing can be. [Life@UofT will not be held responsible for any damages resulting from rageful fits my above paragraph may have induced, including but not limited to thrown computers, torn pillows, and a decreased faith in humanity]
Good writing is so important in the academic environment. Professors believe that profoundly; a lot of what they do depends on the written word. It’s no surprise, then, that professors are often experts at writing well. I have picked up so many great tricks from them throughout my time at university. In the spirit of solidarity during prime essay season, I would like to share my favourite tips with you lovely people.