Student Writes Bio Paper in Second Person

ITHACA- Professor Alan Dalton commended Sophomore Jacob Harrison for his exciting and unique literary voice on a recent mid-term assignment which he reportedly wrote from the second person perspective. “The paper really made me feel like I was there with Jacob, learning about cell biology for the first time,” Dalton told CU Nooz, “Most of the stuff I get is written in the third person. It’s nice to see someone mix it up. Sometimes the craziest storytelling techniques work best.” Harrison looks forward to writing his paper on micro-evolution in non-chronological order to “really play around with the subject” and “keep readers on their toes.”

Above: Jacob’s prized workstation, which he refers to as his “creative sanctuary”

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