To become good writers — or even good citizens — students must first learn to question and explore issues fully.
Those who have never taught expository writing — which I consider the most challenging subject to teach — might assume that writing teachers require students to purchase a basic grammar primer ...
“Ithaca? But it’s so cold!”
I’ve heard that countless times since I chose to attend Ithaca College. Even earlier, in fact: A classmate in my high school senior year journalism class asked me if I knew Ithaca’s four seasons. When I didn’t get the joke, he laughed and told me: rain, sleet, hail, and snow....
Fiction writer Lev Raphael speaks on campus about his work bridging sexual orientation and Judaic culture.
Considered one of America’s earliest “second generation” writers, Lev Raphael specializes in fiction that explores the impact of the Holocaust on the children of survivors from the late 1970s onward....
A writing professor argues that his is an interdisciplinary—and indispensable—craft that should be universally taught.
by Anthony Di Renzo
Ten years ago the University of Colorado at Boulder and New Mexico University developed a software program called Intelligent Essay Assessor (IEA). Through latent semantic analysis, IEA...