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It's no wonder, then, that support for writing is a key element in the Always Forward initiative.
High school students nationwide are underperforming in writing competencies. At Le Moyne, we want to enable all students to write at the highest levels. We know that students become better writers when they participate in smaller classes, receive individual attention, and have multiple opportunities to write at all levels of the curriculum. Le Moyne commits itself to providing the instructional and programmatic resources necessary for students to cultivate their critical and creative reading, thinking, and writing skills.
Through the Always Forward campaign and the endowments that will be created to name our writing center and our director, Le Moyne's generous donors will infuse new resources into our campus writing culture. We will ensure that an innovative, dedicated writing center director works with students, faculty, and staff to improve student learning outcomes throughout the College and that a cadre of student peer writing tutors will work with fellow Dolphins.
Writing well for the good of others—this is at the heart of Le Moyne's Jesuit mission.
The annual Association of Writers and Writing Programs (AWP) conference is a wordsmith's paradise. The most recent conference, which was held in Tampa, Fla., drew more than 12,000 attendees, including several of Le Moyne's creative writing students.
Grace Babcock '18 is a member of the Millennial Generation, born and bred in the digital age. She is also an English major concentrating in literature who has studied the works of 19th century including Longfellow, Thoreau and Dickinson. Those worlds collided when Babcock took on a project addressing this question: Can computers write poetry?
This newly renovated space is the result of a two-year collaboration with consultants, designers and the campus community.
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