Something that many students of color deal with when they begin higher education is imposters syndrome, this concept is defined as “individuals who are marked by an inability to internalize their accomplishments and a persistent fear of being exposed as a ‘fraud’.” When I first started school at UCLA the imposter’s syndrome was REAL. 661 more words
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New video that I created for UNAVCO!
The Geoscience Student Spotlight highlights undergraduate students currently pursuing a degree in a geoscience. In this video, we chat with Fatima Niazy, a student at Tufts University, about her path into the geological sciences.
If you had told me my life would be so different after graduating from university, I wouldn’t have believed you.
For those who have followed my blog and read my ramblings and rants about student life over the past three years, you’ll be pleased to find out I graduated with a 2nd class BA (Hons) in Creative and Professional Writing back in September. 380 more words
Phenomenology ‘back to the things themselves’ seeks to explore ‘human consciousness’ believing that through this we can study universal aspects of ‘phenomena’. Phenomena only exist as parts of consciousness, but phenomenology attempts to study their universal essence. 282 more words
The Quarry 2017 Issue
St. Olaf College Literary & Fine Arts Magazine
Review by Sarah Bluett
The front cover of the 2017 issue of The Quarry immediately captures one’s attention into its almost cotton candy-like world. 966 more words