The Writing Center to celebrate 30 years

By Noah Richard The Writing Center has aimed to help UK students learn to write for more than 30 years, and with the anniversary comes a new name. The Writing Center, located in the basement of the W.T. Young Library, will be dedicated to Robert E. Hemenway, the founder of the Center. When Hemenway created the Writing Center, he was the chair of the English department at UK, and, since that time, Hemenway rose to the rank of Chancellor at UK and at the University of Kansas, according to a press release from the Writing Center. “Every academic institution, regardless of its level and area of focus, ought to have a writing center staffed with student tutors. If you do not have one, create one. Now.” Read the entire article here:

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