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5 Things: Keeping Myself #Healthy, #Focused, and #Engaged

As a full-time graduate student and graduate assistant with two additional part-time on-campus positions, managing my time, stress, and workload has been a challenging process. As a result,  1,106 more words


Some thoughts on Indiana's RFRA...

Here are some quick, varying thoughts I have surrounding Indiana’s RFRA.

My roomie and best friend, who’s also a lawyer in Indiana, posted this comment and article recently: “This is a good article to read no matter what your opinion of Indiana’s RFRA law. 619 more words


when your arrows are spent

For the last few weeks I have had what you could call writers block. I have started to write a blog three or four times and eventually deleted everything I wrote down or saved it hoping it would be useful later. 826 more words

Graduate School

Supporting the Alleged Offender

Sometimes I feel like all we talk about these days as higher education/student affairs professionals is Title IX, VAWA (Violence Against Women Act), DCLs (Dear Colleague Letters), SASH (Sexual Assault/Sexual Harassment) related cases, and whatever new, related mandate is coming out of the White House. 1,007 more words


Post-Preview Days: The Low-Down

It’s been an entire week since the end of my Preview Days whirlwind tour—I spent two days in Chicago, followed immediately by three days in Seattle, and then right back home to San Francisco. 784 more words

Bath falls behind on black students and lecturers

Written by Maighna Nanu

Studies from the last year show that only 0.85% of lecturers at the University of Bath are black compared to the national average of 1.48%. 495 more words

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Bath leads country in number of Firsts awarded

Written by Alishia Lobo

Universities are giving students more First Class Honours than ever before, information from the Higher Education Statistics Agency (Hesa) suggests.

At the University of Bath there has been a continuous rise from 23% to 28% of graduates receiving the grade in the past few years. 581 more words

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