This photograph speaks to the many tools students use to succeed in writing. According to the student who took this photography, this is what his desk usually looks like by the end of a long night of writing or annotating a book . He said, “I think this picture captures what it means to be a college student.”
This charming comic depicts the types of concerns that are shared by so many first-year college students, like the feeling of being average or simply not good enough. Her candid writing, along with her so-called “poorly drawn” illustrations, appeal to the reader in a humorous, unpretentious way. Click on the link below to read the entire comic. Wings2014BeingAverage
Here, you will find an interesting example of a student drawing inspiration from their interests, like screenwriting, to motivate their writing. Her tone and her attention to detail make this script an interesting example of a truly reflective piece for a portfolio. Click on the link below to read the script in its entirety. Wings2014The Struggle and the Real Writing …
This student takes the informal route in her exploration of relevant social and cultural issues, including finding one’s identity and social conceptions of beauty. Here, you’ll also find an interesting reflection on this student’s 114B experience. Informal and conventional aspects come together to create and interesting rhetorical experience.
This student’s multi-faceted site is an excellent example of the variety made possible on a digital platform. Here, you’ll find formal essays analyzing contemporary novels, an exploration of the hypersexualization of women, and a blog. To move fluidly from one kind of writing to another makes one thing clear about writing in the digital world — it too, is writing.