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“Objectivity” And Oppression In Academia

Objectivity — a scholar’s supposed ability to remain impartial about the subjects she studies — is a myth. Like the myths of meritocracy and color-blindness, objectivity sounds good in theory, but it is impossible to use it in practice. 1,303 more words

Research And Writing

Finals are going well

I’m receiving good grades on the papers I’ve turned in and tests I’ve gotten back and I feel really good about the test that I took today. 106 more words

Graduate School

Finals are going well

I’m receiving good grades on the papers I’ve turned in and tests I’ve gotten back and I feel really good about the test that I took today. 106 more words

Graduate School

PhD? MA? Jobs? Money?

Here we go. So, I have just started the winter quarter (second quarter)  in the Master’s Industrial/Organizational Psychology program. I am starting to worry about my life. 733 more words

Graduate school is not just school… it is a way of life

Cleaning the room, or
buying groceries, or
hitting the gym or
doing your readings for class, or
cooking or
attending a socializing event for your department, or… 1,052 more words

Gilbert Williams Field's Quest For a State Title

When the Gilbert Williams Field football team stepped onto the practice field for the first time back in June, they had just one goal for the 2016 season — reach the 5A Conference championship game at University of Phoenix Stadium. 1,042 more words

Graduate School

How to write a personal statement that tells your story

One of the coolest things I’ve done as an editor and coach was to help a group of medical students in their final year to write personal statements for their applications to residency. 928 more words

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