Events

Join us for some exciting and inspiring writing events this quarter! All events are FREE.

 

Represent Yourself: The WaCC's Political Advocacy Writing Workshop

 

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3:30pm to 5:00pm
UW1 361

If you've ever wondered how you can have a positive impact on the issues that concern you the most, this workshop will provide you with the tools to do just that! The WaCC consultants and Professor Bruce Kochis will work with you to draft letters to senators, representatives, or other local politicians. Laptops will be provided, or you can bring your own!

 

 

Dine & Dialogue: Processing Pronouns

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Monday, April 17th
1:00pm to 2:30pm
North Creek Events Center

Join the WaCC and Social Justice Organizers in a conversation about why gender pronouns are important, what we can do to make sure they are respected on campus, and ideas for making our campus more inclusive.  
 

 

 
 
 

 

COMING SOON: The WaCC's 8th quarterly open mic!

 

Thursday, May 4th
3:30pm to 5:30pm
ARC Overlook (2nd floor)

Come and read/perform your work of ANY GENRE in ANY MEDIUM. Perform a song or scene from a play! Show us a slide show of photographs! Read us your poetry, fiction, or un-categorizable cross/hybrid/experimental pieces! ANYTHING GOES!!

Sign up for a five minute slot at UW2 124 or e-mailing uwbwacc@uw.edu

 

Conversation Partners

Conversation Partners offers students the opportunity to meet with peer consultants for informal English language and cultural exchanges. Practice speaking English, expand your vocabulary, and gain confidence in your conversational skills. Use our online schedule to make an appointment.

 

WSA Prep

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Prepare to take the Writing Skills Assessment by reviewing the format, learning writing strategies, and practicing with sample questions. Click here for more information.

 

 

 

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