Yesterday in my senior sem class (it’s called Imagining the Earth, remember) my professor told us to get up, put our coats on, and head outside. Our task? To look Continue reading “Musings About a Tree”
Lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics: Credible Arguments and your Composition Paper
That nerdy moment when you start to follow the blog your composition studies teacher occassionally sends your Underwriting Class links to…
But seriously, I think this is worth the reblog. I’m extremely thankful for this post, actually because of this helpful reminder: “Believe it or not, the expert who counts most in all your papers is you.” As I sit down to write my history senior seminar paper, I’ll keep this in the back of my mind. In the fluster of finishing my senior seminar with the hopes of receiving a decent grade on it, it’s so easy to forget that the claim I’m making is the most important part!