International Writers Explore Freedom of Speech in Panel Discussion - Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Vijay Seshadri, Chris Abani and Valzhyna Mort were on campus for a two-day international writers festival.
Writing for Clarity
avoiding choppy sentences
A string of simple sentences is choppy and monotonous, and it fails to show the relationship between ideas. Consider combining short, related sentences into a more concise construction. Choppy: "Iguanas make nice pets. They take up little space." Better: "Because iguanas take up little space, they make nice pets."
SOURCE: Nesbitt-Johnston Writing Center