Three columnists and a cartoonist addressed the woes of writing a paper in college and how some components of the process should be changed.
Ashley Zachery drew a cartoon about professors who give recommendations to students based off of the input they receive from teaching assistants.
Charlie Bulman wrote about the overbearing amount of time students have to wait to receive their papers back from professors.
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Erik Shell wrote about his support for teaching assistants’ grading papers, as professors run on tight schedules.
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Rob Cobb wrote about his belief that students should write papers to share unique knowledge and experiences — not just to get a good grade.
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