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Data Journalism: I'm sorry Boston, but the Sox can't have it all

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I’ll just come out and say it — the Red Sox will not have four 15-game winners in 2017. 1,060 more words

Graduate School

Grad School

I have to say, to this day, one of the accomplishments I am most proud of is getting through my first semester of my Master’s program without having a nervous breakdown. 524 more words

Resume Boosters for SLP Grad School

Congratulations! You have chosen the field of Speech-Pathology and you have made the best career choice! (Not like I’m biased.) However, you are either an undergraduate or about to graduate and wondering how else to make yourself stand out among all the applications out there. 498 more words

"Are You an Intellectual?"

From the University of Florida press briefing: “Ibram X. Kendi is an assistant professor of African American History, with a particular emphasis on racist and antiracist ideas and movements. 313 more words

My Plan B

At the beginning of this year, I had a plan. It was a very good plan that looked forward about four years. I would spend two years working as a mother tongue English teacher in Lombardy and take that time to also work on my Italian. 604 more words

Diary

Advice For Securing Funding During Graduate School

Note: this blog post was originally published on our weekly career advice column for marginalized scholars on Inside Higher Ed.  Dr. Victor Ray is an assistant professor of sociology at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. 1,299 more words

Research And Writing

Where I've Been

Before I did my post on the Endless Scroll, I hadn’t posted on this blog since August of 2015. I figured I’d update on what’s gone in the past year and why I have started blogging once more on this blog. 450 more words

Life