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Food Adventures - The Instant Noodle Upgrade

I think it’s about time to put some life back into this blog. (Charges up the defibrillator) “Clear!”

Okay, now that’s out of the way. 362 more words

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So I'm Loving my new job: Graduate Researcher for Experience UGA Program

Last Tuesday was my first week of field trips with children from the Clarke County School District (CCSD) in Athens, Georgia. These lovely ladies are UGA undergraduates from the elementary education program who I supervised today as they worked with CCSD visiting kindergarteners. 1,013 more words

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That's a Wrap! - January 2015

Boy am I glad this month is over.

I know its been a long time since my last post. Sadly, i have completely blown my own resolution to plan out my blog posts early, which was supposed to start January 1st. 230 more words

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Police Woman and Family Friend

What an awesome story by me and my sisters’ college mentor, Dr. Carole Garrison. She wrote me my LOR for my PhD application to UGA. She has been a constant support to us throughout the years and continues to do so.

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Presidential Medals of Freedom, Bullets, and Fires from Ferguson: A Window Seat in Chile

Talk about a moment of feeling surreal. I arrived to my office in Chile, the next day after the devastating Monday, November 24th announcement that a convened grand jury panel decided that Officer Darren Wilson would face no charges relative to the brutal shooting death of an unarmed black teenager (Michael Brown), in Ferguson, MO.  1,028 more words

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