Monthly Archives: December 2010

Holiday-making

hiya readers! I can’t believe it’s already Saturday! I had fully intended to write a blog post on THURSDAY. But then a friend came to visit from out of  town, and I got swept up in a (fun) whirlwind of

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Another grey Monday

Yep, December ain’t messin’ around. It’s grey and snowy today and not (in my humble opinion) in a nice way. It’s cold, and the wind is whipping little snowflakes around in frantic circles. Everyone who has walked past a nearby

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The Next Step

The nice thing about being a student is that we get all kinds of access to services that you have to pay for in the “real world”. Take career counselling, for example. Out there, there are experts-a-plenty ready to guide

Posted in SGS Blog 2010-2011, Student Perspective

Life on the page

So as many of you know, I am currently pursuing a Master’s degree at Queen’s. Though there may be a PhD in my distant future, I have decided not to pursue one next year — mainly because I don’t want

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Thinking about research

hiya readers- Well, it’s friday, and though I’m feeling a little under the weather with a sore throat, I am determined not to let it get me down. Nope, I’m pushing on. Mind you, today “pushing on” has involved a

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First Day of the Last Month

Whoa, people: it’s December. That came up fast, eh? With the Big Day a mere 25 days away now, I finally feel like all the xmas decorations are on the cusp of becoming more tolerable. And I’m sorry that I

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