Graduating in January, I already find myself nostalgic for the professional writing program at Taylor. When I leave, though, I hope to carry with me a remnant of the following traditions.
by Alex Mellen Nothing prepares you for working for a newspaper like . . . well, working for a newspaper. I learned that when I
by Brian Branscum Every year, the Professional Writing Major hosts a themed event where students get a demonstration of what it is like to go
A spotlight of one of the newest characters in the Professional Writing saga.
I’ve always loved reading. Eventually, I discovered writing. But then I discovered something I loved even more than reading or writing.
The first time I walked into a professional writing classroom I had it all figured out. As a fresh-eyed freshman, I would support myself after graduation solely with money made from freelancing. The acceptance letters would roll in every day. Why would I choose to
pursue a full-time job in the industry helping others get published instead of myself?