West-Side Stories featured in Deseret News "West-side seniors take run down memory lane"
The Deseret News features the SLCC Community Writing Centers West-Side Stories program. "As the elderly poured out their experiences, the youths sat in awe, asked questions about how it used to be, and one could sense a touch of pride as they heard the wonderful things and times that created the west side."
SLCC's Globe features CWC, "To Write or not to Write: A Tale of Two Centers"
The SLCC's Globe features the SLCC Community Writing Center as well as the SLCC Student Writing Center, comparing the two on their differences, and their similarities.
The Danish Rotary District 1470 essay competition "My life and My World in 2050"
The Danish Rotary District 1470 is offering 8,000 euros and a trip to Copenhagen for the first prize winner of an essay competition concerning a vision of climate and life on earth in the year 2050. Second prize winners will receive 3,000 euros; third prize winners will receive 1,000 euros. The submission deadline is November 25, 2009.
For more information, visit the Danish Rotary website at: http://www.rotary4environment.com/default.htm
SLCCs' Globe features CWC, "Everyone Can Write"
This article, which was featured in the SLCC Weekly News, discussed the mission and focus of the CWC. "The Salt Lake Community College Community Writing Center is here for the community and students' utilization. 'Write Here, Write Now.'". Written by Paris Gibson, you can read the full article here.
CWC's Writing Coaching Featured in South Salt Lake Valley Journal
The CWC's Writing Coaching, particularly our off-site coaching at Columbus Library, was featured in the Valley Journal. CWC's Writing Coaching Featured in South Salt Lake Valley Journal.
Deseret News Spotlights CWC's Dewel Lecture Workshop
The Dewey Lecture Workshop "Writing, Racism and Taboo Language," taught by Randy Eggert, was featured in this months Deseret News.
Community Writing Center Featured in City Weekly’s “Artys 2006”
The Community Writing Center was featured in the “So You Want to Be an Artist” section of Salt Lake City Weekly’s 2006 Artys issue. The issue focused on the arts in Utah as “a long-overdue opportunity to raise our glasses to even more of the talented women and men in Utah’s vibrant arts scene.” The article states, “Everyone has a story inside them, just waiting for the words to be found that will breathe it into life and set it free [… the Community Writing Center] is here to help.”
For Artys ‘06, pick up a copy of the September 7, 2006 issue of Salt Lake City Weekly, or read about it online atwww.slweekly.com.
SLCC Community Writing Center Wins "Best of the Beehive"
The SLCC Community Writing Center was featured as the "Best Justification for Writer's Cramp" in the July-August issue of Salt Lake Magazine's look at the best people, products, and events in the state. "This isn't just a place to hone your haikus and sonnets (although both are welcome)," the article states. "The Community Writing Center will assist you through any writing process [and] don't worry, the mentors are nothing like your high school composition teacher."
For Best of the Beehive '06, pick up a copy of the July-August issue of Salt Lake Magazine, or read about it online at www.saltlakemagazine.com.