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Dear Morton: Advice from Current and Former MA Students

I applied to UNCW and promptly moved to Wilmington completely on a whim–I knew nobody and had zero clue what I was doing. A bit of advice I can leave you with: The work you put in towards your MA in English is not going to be as clear cut as reading books and writing essays–but that’s a good thing. 633 more words

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EduTech

This week for my Emerging Tech course, I’ve been tasked with writing a blog post that shows some of the new things I’ve learned and what I’ve been thinking about based on the readings and discussion. 1,183 more words

Career Resources for Graduate Students

Congratulations on beginning your graduate studies at Boston University! Whether you’re continuing on from a BU undergraduate program or joining us for the first time, we are excited to welcome you to our community and introduce you to the… 292 more words

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Teaching

Normally I’m not very vocal in the group chat, but a friend whom I’ve been spending breaks with asked a statistics question, so I responded to her and screenshot our messages to our cohort. 236 more words

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The Beginning of the End

Full disclosure: this post has an inordinate text-to-meme ratio. Apologies in advance; my sense of proportionate humor is deceased.

I am now two weeks into my final year of grad school. 326 more words

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#2 Why PT?

Throughout my life, I have been becoming more and more interested in the human body, have loved sports, and have enjoyed helping others. So, when it came time to choose my major, I wanted to find one where I could combine some of these favorite topics of interests. 232 more words

Year 1 & DONE. Just kidding.

I am writing this week 2 in my second year of graduation school. Please be patient with me as my list of To-Do’s is never ending and I finally have the downtime to update ya’ll. 193 more words

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