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Eyesight to the Blind

There’s a good line in the film The Brothers McMullen where a man who is in his early thirties says that it feels like just yesterday, he was in high school, and his wife replies, “No, you’re at least fifteen years too young for a mid-life crisis.” Where did the mid-life crisis come from? 1,085 more words

Unrepentant Assholery

Thoughts on a University Education

I have grappled with the idea of “university” for a while now. The fact of the matter is that in our society, in order to get a job in anything other than the skilled trades, you are required to have at LEAST an undergraduate university education. 404 more words

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Undergraduate Work Placement Programme 2015

Undergraduate Work Placement Programme 2015
Job Specification

Business Unit/Area: Customer Services Bureau, Athlone
Role Location: Garrycastle, Athlone

To apply please send your CV to Noreen Gleeson, HR Specialist/Recruitment and Staff Development email: 46 more words

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Undergraduate Work Placement Programme 2015

Business Unit/Area: Networks Metering and Data Services
Role Location: Portlaoise

To apply please send your CV to Noreen Gleeson, HR Specialist/Recruitment and Staff Development email:noreen.gleeson@esb.ie

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(Pre)Med Students are the biggest pansies I've ever known

Just something I found while browsing /r/medicalschool that does a pretty good job of why premeds can sometimes get on my nerves.  I’ve done a pretty good job of paring down my social media to exclude these kinds of people but it still sometimes sneaks past in classes and I cringe a… 381 more words

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Being a poor premed/college student

Nah this isn’t a post about “Oh, poor you.  Being a premed must be so hard because all of the classes are so hard. #teamnosleep #premed #futureMD”  This is a personal anecdote about how it’s different being from a poor family while trying to get into medical school and how to make the most of it. 1,248 more words

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Accepted!

This is a bit overdue, but on Oct. 15 I was accepted to my first medical school.  It was a huge weight off of my shoulders to finally see the words in print (okay, email) saying that I would be a medical student for the 2014-15 school year. 263 more words

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