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Jan 18, 2018
When I first arrived at Stanford, I found the Boothe Prize essays to be an incredible teaching resource.
Jan 18, 2018
Here's an overview of what our colleagues have been up to as we moved from the end of 2017 into the new year.
Jan 12, 2018
In writing classes, we often encourage students to collaborate with their peers on developing research ideas, refining their prose, and clarifying their arguments.
Jan 10, 2018
Overview: Students read Russell Baker’s two-page parody of “Little Red Riding Hood” and analyze his argument and rhetorical strategies.
Jan 10, 2018
The students spotlighted in this issue are the winners of the Spring 2017 Boothe Prizes.  They will be honored in person in a ceremony in May 2018.
SefPWR lecturers at the Tufte talk
Jan 10, 2018
Header image: Tufte Workshop Selfie! (From L to R) Jennifer Johnson, Jenae Cohn, Cassie Wright, Erica Cirillo-McCarthy, and Jenne Stonaker
Jan 10, 2018
I’ve mentioned the Ethics of the Fathers a couple of times during September Sessions when describing a rhetorical tradition that my father, born in 1914 and raised in Poland between the two world wars, brought with him to the United State
Close up of Procession II
Nov 21, 2017
The third floor of Sweet Hall looks very different than it did a year ago. With inviting blue couches and collaborative working areas, PWR has worked hard to create a welcoming and friendly space for our community.
Nov 20, 2017
Overview:  This writing activity asks students to understand their various positionalities as researchers/writers and to recognize how their embodied socialized practices shape their research questions and practices.
The Artistic Ensemble at San Quentin, Photo by Peter Merts).
Nov 17, 2017
By Tinuola Dada (Class of 2019) & Catherine Xie (Class of 2019)

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