“We write to taste life twice, in the moment and in retrospect.” ― Anaïs Nin
I browse IKEA catalogues for their clever storage solutions. My bookshelves are ordered according to height and content. I like to yelp stuff. I am a firstborn AND an Aries. So why, oh why, do I fail to organize my assignments each semester? In 2017 I hopped on the tail-end of the bullet journal fad, … Continue reading Spring 2018 assignment rundown
Ursula Infographic "Person I admire" YouTube video project
Person Profile: Ursula Schuster Every few weeks I will text my grandma. Yesterday it was to arrange a time to come visit; she said I’m welcome to come over Tuesday evening but she might be out shopping for Thanksgiving. “Come to my in-law’s for Thanksgiving!” I typed. A reply lit up my phone a few … Continue reading genre project: person profile
Of Leaves and Lenses: How Messages are Shaped by Genre According to Merriam-Webster.com, a genre is “a category of artistic, musical, or literary composition characterized by a particular style, form or content”. This definition makes genres out to be something like the Tupperware of the literary world: their value lies in what they … Continue reading Genre Analysis Final Draft
This is the draft of my genre analysis assignment ready for peer review. I haven't yet entirely proofread, filled out my bibliography or smoothed the rough edges, but the entirety of the essay is here, in a raw and lovely lump. Peer Review Genre Analysis Draft According to Merriam-Webster.com, a genre is … Continue reading Genre Analysis Assignment: Peer-review Draft
This reflective essay ruminates on my Literacy and Learning Autobiographical efforts
This is my first major assignment for my Introduction to Writing Studies class.
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