Note: You are also encouraged to "workshop" drafts for any paper you are writing (not just papers for English classes) by taking it to Swarthmore's Writing Center, located in the basement of Trotter. Here's more info.

You are also encouraged to "workshop" drafts for any paper you are writing (not just papers for English classes) by taking it to Swarthmore's Writing Center, located in the basement of Trotter.  The Center is staffed by trained students known as WAs (Writing Associates).  **Don't wait until the last minute before the paper is due.** You need to give the WA time to set up an appointment, read your draft, and meet with you, not to mention giving yourself enough time to revise your paper inspired by the advice you received.
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