The apostrophe

October 23, 2008 | Leave a Comment

Last week at training, we had fun looking at apostrophes. Purdue’s OWL (Online Writing Lab) answers questions about the apostrophe here this week.

CSO Sponsored Career Conversation: ~~~~ Charles Strum P’08 Associate Managing Editor, New York Times Come join a career expert who has spent many years in the print and electronic media. Bring your questions about a career in journalism, about media operations, and about how the industry is fairing today. Learn tips about finding the best […]

Thank you to all Peer Writing Tutors who have completed training and who are working so well in classes and drop-in sessions. Unfortunately, failure to complete training will result in your dismissal from your position as a PWT. Dilanthi will hold one more makeup session.  If you still have sessions to makeup, please e-mail Dilanthi times […]

Thursday Oct. 16th-Thursday Oct. 23rd Thursday 10/16 Student Reading 4:15pm, Abernathy Room (Axinn) Come hear students read original fiction, nonfiction, and poetry! Monday 10/20 Dinner Panel – Professional Writers Share Their Experiences 7:00pm, Kirk Alumni Center Megan Michelson–Outside Magazine, Skiing Magazine Hector Vila–Blog Writer and Professor Chris Shaw–Nonfiction and Environmental Writer and Professor Mike Ives–Journalist […]

Holly’s Thursday October 9 workshop  will focus on basic reading skills. For International Students: English as a Second Language Seminars Given by Lecturer Holly Stark Mondays & Thursdays 3:30-4:30 In the CTLR conference room Mondays: speaking Thursdays: grammar Speaking topics can be about current affairs such as the upcoming presidential election, cultural questions, and topics raised […]

CTLR will hold three lunches this fall for faculty teaching first-year seminars. Peer Writing Tutor will be invited along with other members of the resource teams (librarians, ACEs, Educational Technoligists, tech tutors) and commons heads and Deans.  Trained PWTS can use this lunch as one of their three training sessions. Both new and trained PWTs […]

Sites DOT Middlebury: the Middlebury site network.