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To Candidacy...And Beyond: Week Two

This week was also a productive one in terms of writing.

Though submitting that grant proposal took up some of my writing time for the latter half of the long weekend, and editing a large project for a friend took up a lot of Monday and Tuesday, I managed to crank out 23 pages this week. 328 more words

PhDing (in Doubt)

To Candidacy...and Beyond: Week One

I did stuff! I wrote things!

Seeing that I initiated my writing challenge for myself on a Wednesday with the intent of ‘really’ starting on Sunday May 10th, I have a week and a half of update to write. 365 more words

PhDing (in Doubt)

To Candidacy...and Beyond!

Yesterday I met with my supervisor and we established a rough timeline of events for me to complete the current stage (candidacy) in my program. Candidacy, for those unfamiliar with the process, is the first three chapters of the dissertation which are defended in an oral exam. 354 more words

PhDing (in Doubt)

AP sources: Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders to run for president

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders will announce his plans to seek the Democratic nomination for president on Thursday, presenting a liberal challenge to Hillary Rodham Clinton. 253 more words


distracted, impatient, and restless

I have been feeling very distracted lately.

When I try to pray, either my own personal prayer, or the Liturgy of the Hours, or even at Mass, my mind struggles to stay focused. 845 more words


On Benghazi and Hilary Clinton

Now that Hilary Clinton is running for President, the Benghazi attack is back in the news again, especially now that the attack “has had more hearings, more documents produced, more investigative effort than the entire Iraq War.” 388 more words

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The Young Turks Network Looks At Hillary's Announcement To Run For President

The Young Turks

Hillary Rodham Clinton announced on Sunday that she would seek the presidency for a second time, establishing herself as the likely 2016 Democratic nominee, according to The New York Times. 73 more words