April 2014 ; Antioch Writes!

Antioch University celebrates writing this month with events on every campus throughout the university. Here at AUNE, we are celebrating in two major ways:

 Book Raffle!

Everyone who uses the AUNE Writing Center during the month of April will be entered to win a copy of A Pocket Style Manual, edited by Diane Hacker, a standby reference for academic writers everywhere. All you need to do is make an appointment. We’ll announce the winner the first week of May.

Dinner and an Essay Spring 2014!

We will be holding another Dinner and an Essay event on Wednesday, April 16, 3 to 8 p.m. in Room 269. Do you have trouble with procrastinating? Is it hard to work when surrounded by distractions? Come get a jump on the end of the semester in a quiet, focused environment. Tutors will be present for consultation. We will provide pizza and snacks later in the evening to help fuel your work. Drop by for a few hours, or stay for the whole time and work on whatever you like.

Need Help?

Don’t forget you can always get writing support in person, by phone, or by Skype at the AUNE Writing Center. We help with all parts of the writing process, and also provide feedback on presentations, resumes, and cover letters. Check out our resources or make an appointment.

Looking for virtual support? You can also submit writing for written feedback via the Virtual Writing Center, which is open to all AU students. Send in your work; you’ll get written feedback in 24 to 48 hours to peruse at your leisure.

Please feel free to contact John Dunham, Writing Center coordinator, with any thoughts, comments, or suggestions, at [email protected]

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