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It's Not What You Think

Note:  Everything I say is based on my own college/graduate school experience.  To help others from making my mistakes.

Youth just don’t know.  They are listening to adults.   845 more words

80-year-old grandmother graduates from college with honors

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Rosa Salgado, 80, graduated alongside her grandsons this weekend, finally earning an Associate of Arts degree from Miami-Dade College in Florida. 75 more words



This is one of my college professors. She always believed in me and knew I could do anything I wanted as long as I put my heart to it. 225 more words

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Grad Research: PhD Candidate Carrie Andersen wins P.E.O. Scholar Award!

We love it when our grad students do awesome stuff, so we’re thrilled to be able to share that PhD Candidate Carrie Andersen has been awarded the prestigious… 106 more words


Important Life Lessons from Hookers

As I ask the magical Google machine “how to write a cover letter” (because, seriously, does anyone truly understand the parameters of the cover letter) I select the wise advice of the Purdue Owl that provides wonderful information about this enigma that scorns my post-college existence. 276 more words

Cover Letter

New website. New levels of egocentricity.

Two days ago, I finally finished my dissertation – 10,465 words on the Suffragette Movement during the First World War and the Pankhurst family. Therefore two days ago, I officially finished my degree. 802 more words