By Kiri Raber This summer I had the amazing opportunity to intern at the Florida State Archives in Tallahassee. I worked a total of 324 hours, and I worked in several different departments in order to get a small taste of the many moving parts that make up archival work. I began my time in […]
By Guest Contributor Rozzmery Palenzuela Opinion: Why Cubans on both sides of the political spectrum have united in opposition of Black Lives Matters Statement on current protests on the island For the last year, the Cuban people have been forced to withstand the harsh realities of Cuba’s plummeting economy in addition to the depletion in […]
This week we explore learning a new language. Beyond meeting the language requirement for a program of study, learning a new language has a lot of benefits, but how do you know which one to choose? Clayton: Depending on your specific area of study in a Graduate Program, the language requirements can either seem like […]
By Guest Contributor: Tamala Malerk When I introduce myself to my undergraduate students or to prospective employers I say, “Hi my name is Tamala Malerk, and I am Ph.D. candidate in the Department of History at the University of South Florida. What that means is that the only thing standing between me and that fancy […]
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