This morning there was a spider in my bathtub. I don’t shower in the mornings, so it didn’t really seem like a problem. But I did lean over the tub and clearly state, “You have until this evening to clear out. This is your eviction notice. And since you are a spider and not a
I was sent this article about Sierra Nevada College terminating six faculty members, most of whom were from the English and humanities departments. There is fear that the current president does not believe these types of programs benefit graduates. As a graduate of Sierra Nevada College, I was asked to share my story about what
A review of One Day at a Time, the updated series on Netflix, from a single mother who relates to the family a lot more than she thought she would.
Today we went around the class and presented the rough drafts of our second paper–a review of a book of life writing. The goal was for it to work as a sort of workshop, to discuss our goals for the paper and to get valuable feedback. I was struggling with what to focus on in
I promised myself that I would not check my application progress until I got back from Cancun. The program I use to check student information for my job is the same one that shows the progress of my application to grad school. Too often I would be on the site checking something for work, and