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Afraid of Switching Majors? So Was I

April 11, 2022

Afraid of Switching Majors? So Was I

I first came to Cedarville in the fall of 2021 with a declared major in Communication, but I had no idea what I was getting myself into. Would I like the classes? Would my major mesh well with my career goals and desires? These questions churned over and over again in my head. Was this

Searching for Belonging

February 11, 2022

Searching for Belonging

I vividly remember the emotions that come with being a senior in high school. Probably because of the number of people who got nervous when I told them I was going to college undecided. Personally, I was just proud that I chose a college—making big decisions has never been my forté. I remember the dozens

Why I Want to be an Editor

January 14, 2022

Why I Want to be an Editor

Graduation looms a few months in my future. Like a swarm of vultures circling a carcass, people shriek the daunting question from every direction: What are you going to do after you graduate? Fellow seniors know this question well, and many strive to prepare for it as I do. How does one respond to this?

Explore PWID Curriculum: Editing in Publishing Context

November 12, 2021

Explore PWID Curriculum: Editing in Publishing Context

Are you curious about what students will learn in our new Editing in Publishing Context course? What does the curriculum look like? What kind of assignments will students complete? Dr. Nick Carrington introduces this new course and explains why it is important for Professional Writing students to be able to edit in all sorts of

First Impressions

May 1, 2021

First Impressions

Sitting in Tyler 102, I eagerly waited for Intro to Professional Writing, my first Professional Writing and Information Design (PWID) class, to begin. Students filed in, some greeting the professor, and took their seats at the rows of tables facing the projector. Excitement cascaded through me. This is it; I’m finally here!

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