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The Michigan Daily-Sunday, January 9, 1983-Page 3

Writing Workshop
earns good grades

TUESDAY LUNCH DISCUSSION
12 NOON--JANUARY 11
(Everyone Welcome)
"NEWS REPORING IN THE MIDDLE EAST"
Speaker: ROBIN WRIGHT, World News
Correspondent in the Middle East

I

y PAMELA CHEN

It's three weeks until due date, and
your paper extolling the virtues of
small curd cottage cheese just doesn't
seem like A-plus material. What do you
do?
You could blow it off and turn it in un-
polished. But a more astute approach
would be to join a growing number of
students who get free, professional help
from the English Composition Board's
Writing Workshop.
THE ECB, provider of such in-
stitutions as the entrance essay exam
and the junior/senior writing
requirement, runs the workshop as part
of their mission to improve the writing
of all students at the University.
Students working on anything from
job applications to dissertations can
come to the Writing Workshop for help.
ECB's goals, however, lie beyond in-
dividual projects. "We're trying not so
much to look at a particular paper,"
said ECB lecturer Litsa Varonis, "but
to teach the editing skills people need
for any type of writing, and get them to
use these skills on their own.
"PEOPLE OFTEN come in to have
us proofread for typing erros, but that's
not what we really do," she said. "We
work to correct errors in logic,
organization, support, as well as struc-
tural and sentence level problems.
People who want us to proofread for
spelling errors are not very welcome.
"Finally," she said, "we want people
to use these skills on their own."
If student responses are any in-
dication, the Writing Workshop has
been very successful in meeting that
goal.

EVERY STUDENT who visits the
workshop is asked to fill out an
evaluation. The evaluations, according
to lecturer Joe Nydahl, reveal that
many students leave the workshop
feeling very satisfied. Nydahl at-
tributes this to the personal attention
each student receives.
"The best way to teach writing is on a
one-to-one basis," he said. "Students
need a place like the Writing Workshop
to get instant feedback.
Varonis agrees. "Often when people
come in and work with one of the staff
members here, they develop a relation-
ship and work very well together," she
said. "If there are no open appointment
times available, we will often see the
person on our own time."
NYDAHL SAID the attention studen-
ts receive leads many to come back.
More than half of the 1,157 students who
came to the workshop in the 1980-81
academic year were repeat visitors.
The workshop sees students
primarily by appointment, though they
take walk-ins when time permits.
Located at 1025 Angell Hall, it is open
weekdays from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. ECB
staff members, who also teach in other
units of the University, see about 28
workshop students per day.
ECB staff members say students
should make their appointments far
enough in advance to allow for
scheduling difficulties, especially late
in a semester, when term papers are
due.
"Early in a term, few people come in,
but from the middle to the end of a
semester we have to turn people
away," Varonis said. "We go bananas
during the last weeks of a term."

At the International Center
603 E. Madison
Lunch $1.00

For additional information,
please call 662-5529

Co-sponsored by The Ecumenical Campus Center, The International Center,
Church Women United in Ann Arbor.
JANUARY 18th - "THE INTERNATIONAL STUDENT IN MICHIGAN"
Speaker: Dr. Henry Johnson, Vice President for Student Services
at the University of Michigan
JANUARY 25th- "LEBANON: THE RIGHT TO AN INDEPENDENT FUTURE"
Speaker: Dr. Benjamin Hourani, Professor of Political Science
at Eastern Michigan University
JOB HUNTERSI DON'T MISS .. .
'THE NUTS ANDSOL TS OFON-CAMPUS NTER VIEWINO"
WHERE: Modern Languages Building
Auditorium 4
WHEN: Tuesday, January 11, 4:00-5:00
or
Wednesday, January 12, 4:00-5:00
Everything you need to know about:
-On-campus recruiting policies & procedures
-How to fill out your CIF (Campus interview Form),
-Signing-up for interviews
-Tips on writing resumes & career objectives
-Prepping up for your interview
Career Planning & Placement, Office of Student Services

An Alternative~ Art Eperience~

AP Photo
Open wide !
A hungry sea elephant named "Robby" begs animal keeper Martin Albertz
for his supper at the zoo in Duisberg, West Germany.
Salvadoran colonel
vows to oust leader

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University Artist and Craftsmen Guild
Calligraphy
Drawing 1&2
Enameling
Silk screening on fabric
Graphic Design
Jewelry

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-HAPPENINGS-
Sunday
Highlight
Robin Wright, the Middle East Correspondent for the Sunday Times of
London, will speak on her reporting experiences at 3 p.m. today at the
University's Alumni Center. Wright, a 1970 University graduate, is also a
former reporter with the CBS and ABC News.
Films
Cinema Guild=Sullivan's Travels, 7 p.m.; Unfaithfully Yours, 8:40 p.m.,
Lorch Hall.
Cinema Two-The Gang's All Here, 7 p.m.; The Band Wagon, 9 p.m., Aud.
A, Angell.
Performances
Motor City Theatre Organ Society - Victor Barz, featured artist, 10 a.m.,
Michigan Theatre.
Musical Society - Guarneri Quartet, 4 p.m., Rackham Aud.
Miscellaneous
Matthaei Botanical Gardens - Lobby Sale, 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m., 1800 N. Dix-
boro Road.
Young People's Theatre - Audditions for their Winter Studio Productions,
adult and youth actors needed, 2 p.m., 408 W. Washington.
Performance Network - Auditions for Works in Progress, 7 p.m., 408 W.
Washington.
Ann Arbor Winter Antiques Market - 8 a.m. - 4 p.., Sheraton University
Inn.
WCBN - The Music of Brian Eno, 11 p.m. -2 a.m., 88.3 FM.
Monday
Highlight
The New Jewish Agenda will sponsor Dr. Dan Amit of Israel's Committee
Against the War in Lebanon at the Michigan Union in the Keunzel Room. He
will speak about the Israeli peace movement. It will begin at 4 p.m.
Films
Cinema Guild - Samurai, part I, 7 p.m., Lorch Hall.
Performances
Eclipse - Workshop Series on Jazz Improvisation by David Swain, Trot-
ter House, 1443 Washtenaw.
Speakers
Chemistry - Barry Streusand, "Aspects of Molybdenum in Hetergeneous
Catalysis," 4 p.m., 1200 Chem.
Computing Center - Forrest Hartman, "Introduction to Accounting,"
3:30 - 5.p.m.,176 BSAD.
Women's Res. Club - Maria Roth, "The German Picaresque Novel," 7:45
p.m., W. Conf. Rm., Rackham.
Macromolecular Research Center - Herbert Morawetz, "Some Ap-
plications of Polymer Techniques to Polymer Science," 4 p.m., 3005 Chem.
Near Eastern & North African Studies - Robin Wright, "Reporting in the
Middle East," 4 p.m., Alumni Center.
Women's Network - Jeanne .Gordus and Sally J hnson, "Forum on
Reductions in Force: Who is it Happening to and How Does it Affect Us?" 12
-1:30 p.m., Rms. 4 & 5, League.
Meetings
Christian Science Organization -7:15 p.m., Rm. D, League.
LSA - Faculty meeting, 4:10 p.m., Aud. A, Angell Hall.
SACUA -1:15 p.m., 4025 Fleming Ad. Bldg.
Tae Kwon Do Club - 6 - 8 p.m., Martial Arts Room, CCRB.
WCARD - Planning meeting, 7:30 p.m., First Unitarian Church, 1917
Washtenaw.
Assault Crisis Center - Meeting for victims of sexual assault, 7 p.m., 4009
Washtenaw.
Miscellaneous
Ann Arbor VA Medical Center - Stop Smoking Clinic, 4-5 p.m. at the
Medical Center.
Ann Arbor Parks and Recreation - Season passes for the Buhr Park Ice
Rink will be half price today; passes can be purchased at Buhr Park or the
th flnnr nf Citv Hall.

SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador - Col.
Sigifredo Ochoa Perez claimed to have
the support of three garrisons yester-
day in his mutiny against the defense
minister and said "we will make him
resign."
In his first public comment on the 2-
day-old rebellion Defense Minister Jose
Guillermo Garcia said it had been
"isolated" within Cabanas province,
but added that Ochoa's action hurt
Salvador's bid for democracy.
Ochoa is believed to have about 900
troops with him in Sensutepeque, 50
miles northeast of the capital.
Among other things, Ochoa has ac-
cused Garcia of allowing U.S. inter-
ference in Salvadoran affairs, and
demanded his resignation.
"WE HAVE promoted the democratic
system and now is no time for oppor-
tunistic soldiers to try to block out the
efforts of the people and of an in-
stitution which under my command has
begun democracy in El Salvador,"
Garcia said.
Some 5,000 peasants from across
Cabanas province, including many
members of the army-organized civil
defense militia, jammed the main plaza
Correction
A story in yesterday's Daily incorrec-
tly reported that the School of Natural
Resources faces a possible budget cult
to one third its size. It should have said
that the school faces a possible cut by
one third.

in Sensuntepeque for a rally of supprt
for Ochoa yesterday morning.
Ochoa told the crowd that Garcia is
trying to portray him as a supporter of
the rightist Arena party, an allegation
Ochoa denied.
"Here in Cabana, everyone is treated
equally," Ochoa said. "We don't have
problems with any party."

Change your evening routine
Try us
Leaded Glass
Photography 1&2
Drawing on Right side of the Brain
Watercolor 1
Weaving
Quilting
Figure Drawing
Chinese brush painting
Registration begins January 17
Classes begin January 31

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