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Young and Desperate?

I found this quote while searching through Pinterest (obviously one of my favourite websites) and it went well with a decision I made today. I wrote last week about… 554 more words

Orthodox trader, immigrant Harvard grad, killed by Manhattan crane collapse

NEW YORK (JTA) — A 38-year-old Orthodox Jewish man was killed when a construction crane collapsed on his car in Manhattan.

David Wichs, an immigrant from Prague, in what is now the Czech Republic, was standing outside his parked car on Friday morning when the giant crane collapsed, crushing him to death, several media outlets reported. 195 more words

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Life After Boards | What They Didn't Tell You

In College, our professors often stressed out the importance of taking up the boards – that having a license will give you some edge when you hunt for your first job. 1,186 more words

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Binghamton Art History at CAA

Don’t miss the following presentations and panels by Binghamton Art History students, faculty, and alumni at the 104th annual conference of the College Art Association… 229 more words


Editorial Internship

Been a while since I last updated this thing. Normally I would think to myself “oh Sian, look at you again with all of your empty promises to yourself. 552 more words

Careers In Books

book(s) of the month

Ever since I started university in 2012 I stopped reading books for leisure.
What is this blasphemy?!
Books have always been part of my day; I mean, look at little me in my little library: 280 more words


The Big Bad World

Almost 7 months ago I was standing on the steps of the Psychology Building at the University of Leeds, with a large crowd of proud parents all grappling with both their technology and the crowd to get a decent photo of their beloved child on their graduation day. 423 more words