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Graduate School: To Apply or Not to Apply? That is the Question

Author: Samantha Fraser, Graduate Assistant Source It’s that time of year! Yes, you all know what I’m getting at…graduate/professional school application deadlines are quickly approaching. With that being said, it can begin to feel overwhelming with all of the different questions you are probably thinking about. Do I even need a graduate degree? Where do I start the search? How…

A Reflection on Being Open and Saying “Yes”– Most of the Time

  Whether I have done it intentionally or not, upon reflection I feel very proud of my ability to continue my new year’s resolution beyond the first week of the new year.  As you may recall reading, my new year’s resolution boiled down to just one word: “Open”.  My definition of open has been to say yes to normally intimidating activities,…

Thinking About Graduate School?

Graduate school is a transformative experience.   Being at the tail end of my graduate education, I am able to reflect now on just how much I truly have grown since my start in Spring 2011.  I also have a better understanding of what is important to take into consideration when thinking about and applying for graduate programs, so I…

The Homework Cafe: Hudson River Coffee House

Posts from bloggers about businesses are not to be perceived as an endorsement or promotion from The College of Saint Rose. Opinions expressed are from bloggers themselves and meant to offer insight into life in the Capital District. Enjoy! I am certainly not the first person to write about Hudson River Coffee House (see their official website here), and surely won’t…

One-Word Resolutions: Setting the Tone for the New Year

A couple of months back, I read about the concept of “one-word resolutions“.  Although I’m not usually one for New Year’s Resolutions (which are often broken as quickly as they are made), spring semester is fast approaching and I don’t think it’s a bad idea to set the tone with a new outlook.  That’s exactly what a one-word resolution is:…