Tags : grad student

With a Rebel Yell or a Fist in the Air:

I began singing and dancing very early on in life. It is in no way surprising that my mother, a trained opera singer, and father, a music loving piano player, would have 6 very musical children. We all sang together and many of us played an instrument. At some point or another we all had […]Read More

Woot! Woot! 'THANK YOU' Giveaway!!

Since I really (like, REALLLLLLY) started this blog this year, I’ve just reached my 50th post and 200th Twitter follower! Not to mention, I’ve learned so much from this awesome blogging/ science communication/ education community, so I want to celebrate with you!! It’s summer time and with the World Cup 2014 coming up, I found […]Read More

I Can't Write My Thesis!

Most Sunday mornings, I wake up early,  grab a mason jar of water along with a cup of tea or coffee, and quietly proceed to start my work day. The plan is always the same, work first, then write thesis. This sounds like a pretty simple plan, but it’s been 4 months and I have […]Read More

"How can you believe in God if you believe in

  If you follow me on my Facebook page, you would have seen that this week that I declared this week, “Ask An Anthropologist” week. I thought it would give us a chance to get to know each other, and provide an opportunity to answer questions that I get asked pretty frequently. But then… I got asked […]Read More

New Year Thoughts To Begin Again…

  This is my first post of the New Year, 2014! Clearly, I haven’t been working on this blog as much as I would have liked to. It doesn’t mean that I haven’t been writing, though. In fact, that’s ALL I’ve been doing! (Can I get witness from the grad student section on stage right?!) […]Read More