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How are you?

Three and a half weeks into my social work program, the question “How are you?” has a completely different meaning .

Not only it’s asking how my day is going, but it has so many underlying questions that I could be answering to that. 524 more words

Couch Talk

September 16, 1999 - Thursday - 6:49 p.m.

This has been a lonely day even though I spent some good hours with Dan, Theresa, and Amy from the bookstore.  The power went out and we got together to play a board game. 303 more words

Graduate Member Spotlight: Josey McBrayer

Josey McBrayer


Chemical Engineering

Expected Graduation Date: December 2020

University of Utah

Although new to the GradSWE Leadership Team, Josey McBrayer is no stranger to SWE leadership. 351 more words

All Good Things Must Come to an End

Photo by Johannes Plenio on Unsplash

We need to begin at the end to begin again. I think someone said that, and I probably need to quote it. 603 more words


I dropped out on my first trimester.

Three weeks to the end of my first trimester in grad school, I dropped out from all my courses. It was never an easy decision to make. 683 more words

Graduate Degree

Learning Tech

This week in my Emerging Tech course, I was tasked with writing about new technologies I’m learning about. This is really neat — I am gaining exposure to so many things and have even more opportunities to ‘nerd out’ if you can believe it. 1,117 more words

Welcome Back

Since starting A-100, I’ve gone back and forth with what to
do with my blog. In some ways, having any sort of online presence is daunting… 775 more words