hands hovering over computer keyboardWriting sessions every Thursday at the Leddy Library will help grad students stay focused, get motivated, and be inspired.

Library schedules weekly sessions for grad student writing

It can be difficult for graduate students to fit time in their schedules to write a thesis, dissertation, or other large project, but the Leddy Library offers help. Its Write Now! sessions will make the daunting task seem a lot more manageable by bringing together grad students each week to break the habit of procrastination and get their work done.

The library will host the sessions in its fourth-floor staff lounge from 2 to 4 p.m. each Thursday, starting January 18.

“Coming to these sessions and writing among other like-minded individuals can enable you to use accountability to benefit your writing,” says information service librarian Helen Power. “It’s a great motivator that will help you stay focused — at least for two hours out of the week.”

She says there is no registration is required; all participants need to bring are their writing utensils, research, snacks, and brilliant brains. Learn more on the Leddy website.

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