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A Look Back on the Semester: Maggie

Being a CUPID Associate this semester has taught me a good deal about writing for a professional audience. When people asked me to describe what I was working on I could talk about a specific project, but I had difficulty articulating the class. My go-to answer was that being an Associate is a lot like having an internship. There were … Continue Reading

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Check out this video featuring the CUPID Lab! As a CUPID Associate, I worked on a video spotlighting Alamance 318. I used the program Avid Media Composer to put together clips featuring the sights and sounds of the lab. Check it out! Special thanks to Associate Emily Bishop for appearing in the video.

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CUPID Projects:Website Update

Check out the CUPID Website to find out more about research, partnerships, and projects! Featured posts include the Conservators’ Center’s collaboration with Elon students to research best tour practices, a CUPID Associate’s work with the Professional Writing Studies minor, and many more. Browse through the Associate, Partnerships, and Research tabs to find out more information!

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Rhetorical Decisions: Fonts

How important are fonts? When deciding on document design, the visual rhetoric is just as important and the language or word choice.  Fonts can convey a tone and a specific feeling.  When an audience interacts with the material, the visual needs to correlate with the literal meaning. With that being said, have you ever considered what goes on in designing … Continue Reading

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