By Clayton Richards The last few years have brought a whirlwind of change and devastating circumstances to our society. These events have recently ranged from political stalemates, both domestic and international, racial protests and violence, and even a global pandemic. This combination of events has produced a defining moment in our recent history, something thatContinue reading “Once in a Century Pandemic….Again?!”
(Photo of protestors in front of Boston State House on Monday, July 13th, 2020. Courtesy of the Boston Herald) By Rozzmery Palenzuela We live in an unprecedented time. Our country is battling systemic racism, corruption, sexism, and xenophobia in the midst of a pandemic that has dramatically altered our understanding of what is normal. OnContinue reading “What is it like to be a graduate student in the midst of a difficult political climate?”
By Chelsi Arellano Let me tell you a very long-winded story. Circa 2017 Stephen looked at Frank’s resume as an example to format his CV, as told by Frank. According to Stephen he stole the format from his sister. Around 2018, I asked Stephen about his CV and he sent me a copy. I likedContinue reading “How do you write a CV?”
Picking a subject area and research topic is an oftentimes monumental decision for graduate students. While some likely find it easy from the start, others might find narrowing down a huge diversity of interests into one to be quite difficult, and those who originally found it easy will likely hit some bumps in the roads.Continue reading “How do you pick a subject area or research topic to focus on?”
By Tamala Malerk Covid-19 forced students and educators to resort to online classroom formats. Many struggled to navigate this new academic world; however, there are currently millions of Americans who are earning college degrees online. My husband is in the Army and we frequently move. During my master’s, I lived in multiple cities in GeorgiaContinue reading “How does graduate education differ remotely versus in-person?”
Choosing your classes for the next semester, or your first, can be both an exciting and daunting task. Whether you’re just coming into the program, or you’ve been there for a few semesters already, a lot of thought and planning should go into your class schedule. Below, we go into the three most important thingsContinue reading “What should you look for when picking classes?”
By Nella Delva I want to share a piece with you to give you a glance of my experiences as a Black immigrant woman on how they see me. They see me as if: My Black life is invisible My Black life is disposable My Black life is unworthy My Black life is dispensable They seeContinue reading “They See Me, As If…”
Grad school is challenging, hard, and often feels unrewarding, particularly due to the large jump in expectation that happens somewhere between undergrad and grad school. There are certain things each student can do, though, to make that transition easier on themselves. For all the students looking forward to starting in the Fall, we’ve already talkedContinue reading “What Are Some of the Biggest Do’s and Don’ts of Grad School?”
As summer has finally arrived, most of us have taken on summer projects. Whether it is taking a summer course, doing summer readings, or even working towards deadlines, this summer looks to be fairly busy for us. In this week’s post, we share with you a small glimpse into what our summer is going toContinue reading “What are our summer plans?”
This monument is of Francis W. Eppes, an avid slave owner from the nineteenth century, and sits behind the Criminology building at Florida State University. Despite students and Tallahassee community members advocating for the removal of this figure, the statue still remains to this day. A constant reminder to students for where the university’s loyaltiesContinue reading “Chelsi Arellano On Dealing with Racism in the University”
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