University of Mississippi - Ole Miss Yearbook (Oxford, MS)

 - Class of 2003

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5. Writing Center, Old Chem basement Writing Center workers Joy Douglas and Eddie Hearn look over a student ' s work. Jamie Page, Marisha Golden and Natoria D. Kennell leave the Writing Center after a long day of work. byBrendaRobertson Director of University Writing Center " This paper is killing me! " is the more typical student comment as they enter the University Writing Center. During the 2002-2003 school year more than 2000 students at all levels found the service a lifesaver. The University Writing Centers mission is to assist and support stu- dents in pursuit of academic achievement across the cur- riculum. In typical 30 minute writing consultations, student writers sought and received advice concern- ing devement of ideas, audience consideration, organization, style, grammar, and document presentation. A brief sampling of consultation evaluations illustrates why some students may never forget the writing center: theEND " She was very helpful with the APA format. She is very good with content instead of just looking at grammatical mistakes. However, she found many grammatical mistakes that would have been detrimental to my paper. " " I was very impressed " Easy access and no waiting time were good. I like that I can make an appointment on-line. Jennifer was very helpful in the completion of my paper. She gave a fresh, new perspective on an otherwise dull topic. Thanks. " " Very insightful. Gave me a perspective that I did not get in class. Jordan helped me out so much! He really took time to understand my assignment and the point I was trying to make in my research paper. He also gave me tips for the presentation I have to make over my paper. He was great " Natoria was very helpful and courteous. I am confident that I will do better on my paper than I would have without her help. She also made several valid points that may improve by the professionalism Of the my writing in the future. She was extremely helpful I l . . • T v- only had signed up for a 30 min visit and she stayed consultation. I ennuer was very ... , , , „ J J J extra time with me to make sure that it was done as well helpful and COUrteOUS " as she could - l have no complaints. She helped me make my paper go from absolute crap to pretty darn good. Thank you. My paper has been much improved. It makes me wish I had made use of the center before this year. " " Jamie made me feel very comfortable about my ideas and he was also very encouraging. He gave plenty of new ideas on how to go about present- ing my speech. He is very good at his job. I appreciate the work and help. I learned more here than class, maybe I understood better. I thought that I got some very helpful information from the consultant I was dealing with! '

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3. Free Math Tutoring The math department operates a free tutoring lab for all lower-division math classes, for everything from elementary statistics (MATH 115) to both semesters of business calculus (MATH 267 268). The math tutoring lab is a very helpful resource if you need help on some math problems or if you just need a review. It is free to all students. Here Anh Tran helps Fer Tan with some problems. W 4. Language Resource Center, 005-006 Bondurant " The new Language Resource Center at Ole Miss, a space dedicated to the use of digital technology in the teaching and learning of foreign languages, opened in the fall of 2001 in the basement of Bondurant Hall. Currently, students of Spanish, French, German, Russian, and Japanese visit the Center to do Web-based assignments, listen to digital audio exercises, use language-learning software, write essays and papers, and explore the foreign language Web. First- and second-year Spanish studentscome to the Center at the beginning of each semester for training on Mallard and Blackboard. Language tutors and students can also meet in the comfortable lounge space in the Center! ' -Carroll Hightower, Director of Language Resource Center iunaamental



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by VirginiaShields Student organizations at Ole Miss are as diverse and wide-ranging as the students themselves; however, one sole purpose unites the students who form these organizations, the desire to improve the Ole Miss campus and community. The framework of the Ole Miss student body is built upon student involvement. Without the active involvement of its students, the university would not have come as far as it has today. We, as students, are the reason the university exists, and one of our responsibilities while we are here is to help improve I Ole Miss provides its students with over 216 campus organizations, which range from small to large, from leisure to service, and from religious to professional. Each student is likely to find a place amongst at least one organization on the Ole Miss campus. Students participate in organizations to serve others, to prepare for the future. ; just to have fupT Regardless of the differences in students ' reasons for joining organizations, the results orstudent involvement are the same in every case — the formation of lifelong friendships, self-discovery, and the betterment of Ole " Miss. Over the course of our education at Ole Miss, we will gain priceless and innumerable Commitment amounts of new knowledge. But perhaps more important than what we learn in English 101 is the relationships we form outside of the classroom. Involvement in student organizations is crucial to the furtherance of our education, to the enhancement of student life and to the improvement of the university. theEND organizations by VirainiaShietds athanCjeddie

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