Volume 5, May 1994

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On Becoming a Composition Student, by Robert S. Miller

Buffy, Elvis, and Introductory Psychology: Two Characters in Search of a Dialogue, by David Zehr & Kathleen Henderson

Confessions of a "Bumpy Writer", by Michelle Anne Fistek

Shylock and Falstaff, by Flo Powell

Exploring Voice in Business Writing, by Daniel P. Moore

Writing Assessment at Plymouth State University, by Russell Lord

Can the Path Be Found in the Divergent Stream? by Michael Brien

The Collaborative Textbook as Teaching Tool, by Mark Evans & Lela Edgar

A Model of Collaboration: One Teacher's Composition Class and the Reading/Writing Center, by Roy Andrews, Bruce Johnson, Mike Puiia, Pat Pemberton, & Nancy Hill

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Richard Chisholm

Editorial Board

Roy Andrews
Dennise Bartelo
Mary-Lou Hinman
Warren Mason
Robert Miller

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