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Join Grub Street’s Young Adult Writers Program (YAWP), a FREE creative writing workshop for Boston-area high schoolers.Our students come from a wide variety of high schools in the Boston area, and enjoy cool writing exercises, mingling with fellow young writers, snacks, and an optional open mic. We offer three sessions of classes each YAWP Saturday: from 12 PM to PM, with a 30 minute break for socializing and lunch (we'll provide plenty of snacks, but you are encouraged to bring your own lunch...though sometimes we find enough money for pizza! We close every day together with a low-key open-mic reading from PM to PM.If you are bewildered by the amount of chat abbreviations people use while communicating on the internet, (and almost everywhere else) you are not alone!
We ask that you also respect your peers’ and instructors’ ideas. If you are just about to enter high school and would like to be a part of YAWP, please contact us directly by emailing [email protected], and we will see if an accommodation can be made. Do I need to choose one genre to write for the entire year? We actually encourage our writers to try all the different genres offered throughout the year; we promise that it will make you a more well-rounded artist. YAWP Saturday Sessions are made possible, in part, thanks to the Barr Foundation, the Boston Cultural Council, Esther B.There are bugs, cowboys, four-leafed clovers, flowers, animals and more.No longer are they always a small 16×16 pixel size.A few of the most common are: Here’s a comprehensive listing: to wikipedia (see emoticon article link below), the predecessor of the modern "emoticon" (the cute little smiley faces and such) was first documented in 1857 when Morse code operators purportedly used the number 73 to mean love and kisses….In 1982, professor Scott Fahlman at Carnegie Mellon University suggested using to indicate things that weren’t jokes… Emoticons have evolved into more than just smiley faces.
Some even allow for uploading of real-life photos, or both.