WRC Celebrates National Day On Writing
Write a story, receive a cookie.
UHD's Writing and Reading Center (WRC) is asking all staff, faculty and students to take the challenge on Monday, Oct. 22 in honor of the National Day On Writing.
The catch? The story has to be a six-word story.
Those who accept the challenge and submit a six-word story will get a cookie from Tiff's Treats, accoriing to Scott Sands, WRC Coordinator. The day-long celebration will take place on Monday, October 22 in N-925. Light refreshments will also be served to those who participate.
The WRC prides itself on offering its services to the University. Dedicated to the craft of writing, WRC tutor are enthusiastic to share this special day w.
The National Day On Writing® (October 20), an initiative of the National Council of Teachers of English, is built on the premise that writing is critical to literacy but needs greater attention and celebration. Its official hashtag, for social media, is #WhyIWrite.
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