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November 1, 2014

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Tutor Spotlight: Congratulations, Haydn!

Here's more good news: Haydn Lawrence successfully defended his Master's thesis last week. The title of his thesis is Integrated Spatial Analysis of Volunteered Geographic Information.



Congratulations, Master Haydn!

Tutor Spotlight: Congratulations, Dr. Sharpe!

We are so happy to share the news that Dr. Ada Sharpe successfully defended her PhD dissertation in English and Film Studies. The title of her dissertation is "Polish or work? Four women novelists and the professionalization of accomplishment, 1796-1814. You can read about her dissertation here.



Congratulations, Dr. Sharpe!

Punctuation matters: The Semi-colon



Read more about the semi-colon here and here.

New pencils for our case

We recently added a new pencil to The Pencil Case outside of the Writing Centre. Any guesses as to where it came from?


Jordana, Boba, and The Pencil Case

Many thanks to Ian for bringing this fabulous blue and white pencil back from Estonia for us.

Tutor Spotlight: Congratulations, Alexis!

We are thrilled to share the news that Alexis Motuz's chapter, "I have nothing soothing to tell you": Dionne Brand's inventory as global elegy, has been published in the book "Canadian Literature and Cultural Memory" edited by Cynthia Sugars and Eleanor Ty.


available for purchase at Oxford University Press and Amazon



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