“I clearly remember the first vinyl record purchase I made.” “I had just graduated high school and wasn’t what I would call a ‘music aficionado’ by any means. It took a friend of mine dragging me to Criminal Records in Atlanta, GA, to show me what it was all about. He was a music nerd–the […] The post Great Peacock, The TVD First Date appeared first on The Vinyl District.
Two years ago I fielded a call from a surgeon I knew of but had not met. Raised locally, she had left the state for undergraduate school, returning to Texas for medical school and North Texas for her fellowship. Heavily recruited, she wanted to stay close to home and her family, and accepted a position […]
The contrast between the first two years and last two years of medical school are unparalleled to any other graduate field of study. You progress through a period of relentless studying through case-based, team-based, and lecture-based curriculums for two years with very little, if any, patient interaction. Afterwards, the script flips and you’re staring nervously […]
Lauren TurekI recently came across this call for applications for an exciting looking summer school intended for graduate students working on Jewish history and cultural studies, broadly defined:Out of This WorldThe Supernatural in Jewish...Show More Summary
Many people think that education ends as soon as they've graduated from school. However, nothing could be further from the truth. If you want to stay ahead of the curve in our mercilessly competitive world, you need to continuously seek new knowledge and refine your craft. Show More Summary
Whether it’s from high school, trade school, or college, graduation represents an important transition in someone’s life. The flipping of that tassel, or donning of that robe, is a symbolic acknowledgment of years of hard work. When someone walks off that stage, they cease to be a student. Show More Summary
From an interview with a UCLA QB who’s majoring in economics: Look, football and school don’t go together. They just don’t. Trying to do both is like trying to do two full-time jobs.... No one in their right mind should have a football player’s schedule, and go to school. Show More Summary
Central University Exam 2018 is announced for various Undergraduate, Post graduate and Research Programmes. Ten Central Universities and Dr. B. R. Ambedkar School of Economics jointly conduct Common Entrance Test (CUCET Exam 2018) for admission. Show More Summary
ABA Journal, Law Schools Examine Predictive Value of GRE, LSAT: In 2016, the University of Arizona announced that its law school would accept Graduate Record Examinations scores as well as the traditional Law School Admission Test from applicants. Since then, debate has swirled around how valid and reliable both standardized...
Given how unhappy graduates seem to be with their legal educations, do you still think you should go to law school?
Gallup, Few MBA, Law Grads Say Their Degree Prepared Them Well: Masters of business administration (MBAs) and law degree graduates are less likely than other postgraduates to say their graduate degree prepared them well for life outside of graduate school and that it was worth the cost. Only two in...
“We have to fight so hard for Little Tokyo to be recognized and acknowledged” Sound artist Alan Nakagawa graduated from Otis College of Art and Design in 1984, but a large part of his education came from outside of school. At 800 Traction Avenue, he spent hours huddled around Matsumi “Mike” Kanemitsu’s dining room table, listening to him talk. Show More Summary
Will desperate law school graduates in need will finally be able to get a fresh start on their lives?
As Black History Month ends, a Texas community prepares to honor Dr. Mildred Fay Jefferson, an African-American woman who fought tenaciously for the unborn. Jefferson served as the president of the National Right to Life Committee, one of the largest pro-life groups in the United States, and was the first black woman to graduate from […]
Florida school shooting survivor David Hogg has denied that he is a crisis actor with an anti-gun agenda after conspiracy theorists accused the student of graduating from a school in California and being paid actor. The 17-year-old student...Show More Summary
More than 30 percent of public high school graduates last year in Maryland earned a passing score of 3 or higher on at least one Advanced Placement exam.
A graduate of Stoneman Douglas High School has been close to four mass shootings in Florida. She wants last week’s to be the last.
Peter Wang, 15, dreamed of attending the U.S. Military Academy at West Point after graduating from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Today, military officials honored that dream by issuing a letter of acceptance...Show More Summary
An 18-year-old Pa. student was arrested Tuesday for threatening to conduct a mass shooting at his high school’s graduation.
If you make it through med school while also playing in the NFL, you should be able to put whatever you want on your jersey. Chiefs guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif is a lot of things. He’s an NFL player, obviously. He’s currently covering the Olympics as a correspondent for Radio-Canada. Show More Summary