Find the nugget & don’t sell yourself short

I was running on two hours of sleep. My computer blue-screened, causing me to lose a paper on the history of Africa due at 2 p.m., and for one brief moment of terror, it seemed the Media Center thought my panel was scheduled for Friday. However, none of that mattered when 5 p.m. rolled around … Continue reading

Words of Wisdom from a Former Fox: Kristen Domonell

As May nears and the Marist countdown clocks’ ominous numbers get lower and lower, the anxiety of finding a job seems to be building; How is this semester nearly over? How is it that I have to start thinking about job applications? If need be, will I be able to relocate? You get the picture. … Continue reading

Start Your Engines

I’m finally taking the leap and beginning this blog. It’s taken me some time to commit to a first posting for a multitude of reasons. First, I tend to be a perfectionist. When I am given the option, I will throw out anything I find to be less than exemplary of what I am capable … Continue reading