Tag Archives: Social Life

It’s all a balancing act.

Has anyone ever told you that graduate school is crazy? If not, let me be the first, because do I have a reality check for you. I’m sorry, but there’s really no other way to accurately describe graduate school. There’s … Continue reading

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October Activities in the Boston Area

This month has been so busy! Between midterms, papers, classes, practicum, and maintaining some sort of social life, my life has been anything but a breeze. For self-care though, I participated in two amazing October events: King Richard’s Faire in … Continue reading

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Rain, rain go away…

Coming from Idaho and California, I have never seen so much rain in my entire life! I’m used to wearing flats all over the place; but after drowning my feet today, I realize why everyone out here wears rain boots. … Continue reading

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Holiday Spirit

I had something to look forward to after my 9 hours of classes this Monday–A holiday gift swap with MSPP students!  Some ladies and I got together at one of their houses, ordered pizza, unwound, and exchanged presents!  This was … Continue reading

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Halloween with MSPPers

Not all of graduate school is about books, papers, and classes—some is about making lifelong relationships!  This Halloween I got together with MSPP classmates to celebrate a joint birthday-Halloween party. One of the most important aspects of graduate school to … Continue reading

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Fall is the Season for Apple Picking!

In case you are from other parts of the country, one of unique aspects about going to graduate school in the northeast is that you get to experience four very distinct seasons!  As my fellow classmate, Sam Spagnuolo says, “Fall … Continue reading

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