Category Archives: Forensic Psychology

Gabrielle Giffords Steps Down

I love you, Gabby! You are an amazing woman and you continue to inspire me everyday. ### Just as an interesting aside, I would like to bring up something about my own path in relation to the Gabby Giffords case… … Continue reading

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The Arabic Evangelical Baptist Church of Boston

Although my first semester as a graduate student has come and gone I wanted to take this time to acknowledge what an amazingly transformative experience it was for me. To personify this transformation I will tell the super shortened version … Continue reading

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Arizona in December

The two hour time difference, the open roads, and the warmer weather -It was 70 degrees on Friday!- all seem somewhat foreign to me now. *** As my family gathered at the airport to welcome me home they were all … Continue reading

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‘Tis the Season

Thanksgiving is over, Black Friday and Cyber Monday have come and gone, and those certain stations that play non-stop Christmas music have been doing so since the middle of November. (How many versions of “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer” are … Continue reading

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Arizona’s SB1070

I made it through my 3rd Weekend in Residence and I had a blast! Not only did they feed us Thai food on Sunday (Community Time sponsored by the Dean of Students’ Office) and stack the schedule with amazing speakers … Continue reading

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Pet Therapy

During Fundamentals Week at MSPP there was one thing that was emphasized more than anything else: Self-Care. Every professor present even let us newcomers in on their personal self-care secrets. Some are devoted to their television programs while others love … Continue reading

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Blended Courses Demystified

I made it through my finals! “Finals in October?” you ask. “Aren’t finals usually in December?” While it is typical for students to spend the last few days of November/first few days of December cramming for their finals I ended … Continue reading

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The Affirmation

OK. I promised you a joke in the event that my first (real) day at Stevens was not absolutely amazing. However, despite the fact that there were no dramatic or traumatic events that would trigger an “awesome” on my day-rating … Continue reading

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Where Did the Week Go?!

When asked by my uncle to describe the week that I’ve had I could only think of one phrase: controlled chaos. I’ve known my general school/work/practicum schedule for some time now but this was a random week. Because of other … Continue reading

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MA Sports

My schedule is certainly starting to pick up. However, between homework, practicum training, blogging, and now a job I’ve decided to take a little break and try to take a stab at getting a real feel for MA. Tonight I … Continue reading

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