Writing Tip Wednesday: “Clutter” Part (2)

Dear Trojans,

Last week’s note focused on conceptual tips for eliminating wordiness; this week we’ll get into the nitty-gritty with practical considerations.

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Writing Tip Wednesday: “Clutter” Part (1)

Dear Trojans,

I’m sure you’ve never encountered a rambling faculty member among your Trojan instructors.  But you may know that such people do exist (from acquaintances in other graduate schools, or even from your own undergrad experience).  And you’ve probably heard that students usually find this type of professor tedious or even “boring.” Continue reading