Perhaps you plan to write intensely over Interterm, but staying motivated to write without the structure of a regular schedule can be challenging.You are invited to join fellow writers at the Writing Center’s Thesis Writers' Retreat, to commit to write together for a consistent, extended period of time.and then review and discuss progress before the session ends at 1 p.m.In between is writing time; Writing Center staff will be available for consultation, and coffee and snacks will be plentiful.At the start of each week, the group will establish its rules for participation, and then writers will develop their goals and strategies for success for the week.Every day, writers will set (and discuss) individual goals at 9 a.m.Facilitators: Michele Barale, professor of sexuality, women's and gender studies; Jessica Kem, associate director of the Writing Center Open to Amherst College/Five College students, faculty, and staff.Open to all levels of book binding experience (beginners are especially welcome! For the 26th consecutive winter, our coaching staff and players will be conducting an instructional clinic for two different age groups.
In this hands-on workshop, participants will learn basic terminology and techniques for book making, see examples of a variety of book binding styles and learn how to make 2-3 kinds of books.
In this program, we will focus on process both in group and one-to-one settings.
In the introductory workshop we, as a group of students and writing associates, will investigate the writing process to (a) establish a common vocabulary and (b) serve as a jumping-off point to explore your own process.
For the 7th straight year we have been able to keep the clinic fee constant in order to encourage attendance.
The purpose of the instructional clinic is to teach individual players baseball skills and techniques.