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Deciding to become a full-time student has major benefits in that I can (in theory) spend more time on coursework, research, and other opportunities. However, the full-time student pay can be a little sad. Financial aid, for the most part, only comes in loans. Fellowships and the few scholarships available for graduate students are scarce … Continue reading 4 Questions To Answers If You Want To Start A Side Hustle
At Cite A Sista, we rarely reblog a post... But this important piece by indigenous feminist scholar Erica Violet Lee is important to boost.
April is an interesting month, especially as a student. It's warmer outside. The colors are more vivid. Winter is over! Who wants to sit in a room to read and write? There are festivals and concerts to attend. Lunches on patios. Cookouts happening so you can reconnect with friends. //giphy.com/embed/xUPGcxJifn7dEpmqcgvia GIPHY The end of the … Continue reading Get Sh*t Done: How to Finish What You Started, Even When You’re Tired
With the social, economic, and political landscape that we are faced with in 2017, there are so many challenges that we must confront. With my work as a Higher Education Professional, I often sit in meetings where we think critically about the needs of our students and how we can connect them to the resources … Continue reading Let’s Talk About The People in the Background