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Reflecting on New York

Thursday 23 July 2015

During my time in New York, I had the honor of meeting MANY intelligent young activists. Two from my group noticed how the idea of “feminism” was taboo at their high schools and sexism is alive and well. They started this petition to require that classes add feminism to the curriculum. Please support by signing the petition — link in bio. I would hate for my future child (or anyone for that matter) to be limited just because of their gender. #FEMINISM #EQUALITY I will be doing a blog post of all the amazing organizations and movements created this past week! 💭

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Research Methods in Rhetoric and Composition

Tuesday 05 May 2015

When I registered for this class last year, I was already overwhelmed by the fact that it’s a graduate level class and by the course title (“Research Methods in Rhetoric and Composition”)… I was blessed to have gone through it all with these two by my side. This is a picture of us in our element: papers everywhere, laptops constantly open for research, and snacks (can’t forget the snacks). We survived 🙏🏽😭


A Transfer Student’s First Day

Monday 25 August 2014

The first day of school always feels like Disneyland, except for the little fact that – instead of waiting to meet Mickey and eat clam chowder bowls, we wait in lines for parking passes, books, and information booths. Yay, so fun. This morning, I went to school three hours before my first class. One hour for the drive, thirty-minutes to obtain my pain-in-the-arse parking pass (because I procrastinated this year and bought it just two days ago), and one hour for the walk from the parking lot to class.

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