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Due to the suspension of in-person classes for the spring 2020 semester, the Writing Lab, located in Memorial Hall, will not hold face-to-face tutoring sessions; however, the Online Writing Lab in Moodle will remain open. Drafts can be submitted online. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or concerns.
The Center for Writing Excellence provides writing support to the faculty, staff, and students of Southeast, as well as writers from beyond the campus. The Center has three main areas of activity.
The center oversees the administration and scoring of placement exams and outcomes assessment exams in college writing.
An online and face-to-face resource to assist students at all levels to develop as writers.
Support for faculty as writing instructors in their areas of expertise.
Helix is a publication of undergraduate and graduate research from across all disciplines at Southeast.
Tutorials for common writing problems, how-to formatting guides, and guides to both APA and MLA citation styles.
The final battle had begun. Sir Alfred van Dingle and his trusty butler Doc Jeeves had tracked the evil vampire Lord Dracula to his castle in the Carpathian Mountains. The heroic duo stood atop the northern turret in the pelting rainstorm, face to face with their greatest foe. “Sir, it says here that in order […]
History is a bad word. For many, history is viewed as being the story of white men and their victories and losses over other white men. Those who hold this view are not necessarily wrong, but they have been failed by some professor or instructor somewhere along the line; likewise, it can be hard for […]
So your professor assigned a paper and you have to have outside sources. You look up abstracts and wiki articles, maybe even go past the first page of Google results. However, you get your paper feedback and notice you have points off for sources and a note saying wiki isn’t a reliable source—what are you […]
It was a dark and stormy Halloween night in Cape Girardeau. As the trick or treaters turned in and the adults hid in their homes, the city streets grew empty. A pale of silence enclosed the town, leaving only whispering wind and intermittent thunder, and parents everywhere were left with disappointed children dressed as monsters. […]