Tag Archives: grad school

The Reporter’s Notebook: First Semester Down in J-School

By Zameena Mejia It’s been six months since I wrote about choosing to go to grad school. Last month, I completed the first of three semesters at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism—I’m now cheering on the winding path to the top of the mountain (a figurative one of course, though I’ll actually be walking […]

Think About It! On Physics & Making Major Life Decisions

By Nicholas Zanata Life is complicated. I know that’s probably an adage you are so damn tired of hearing all the time, but unfortunately it’s one that’s true. You’ll probably hear it a million more times, at the very least, so I apologize for that. It’s really the only way to summarize. Life is complicated. […]

Anecdotes from Greater China

By Mike Provenzano I won’t say that going to China and Taiwan is like visiting a different planet, because it’s just not true. Sure, there are many differences in culture, lifestyle, and environment, but there are also many similarities. For instance, I went to a jazz club in Shanghai that reminded me of the Blue […]

Grad School and the Grand Scheme of Life

By Zameena Mejia “I’m so done with doing homework, going to classes and paying attention to professors. I’m ready to get out of here,” sighed a friend of mine over lunch at our dining hall a couple of weeks before graduation. For her and many of my friends, the close of our college era meant […]