Tagged: research
Boston Bound
| September 23, 2011 | 5:27 PM | MacBlog | Comments closed

Original post: http://macaulayhunterblog.blogspot.com/2011/09/boston-bound.html

It always amazes me how soon into the semester I have to start thinking about the end. It’s final project/paper proposal time, which means I’m trying to narrow down the following subjects into paper-sized topics: 20th century German history, the 2012 doomsday prediction and health care. Read more »

Back in the Saddle
| September 14, 2011 | 10:40 AM | MacBlog | Comments closed

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So many plans were made for my summer, and so few accomplished! I went to the beach all of ONCE 🙁 and didn’t really achieve any of the lofty intellectual or skill building goals I had intended (outside of my research assistant position at Roosevelt House). I did have alot of fun, but it seems as though, three weeks into the semester, that hasn’t changed! Though it took me awhile to get settled back into the dorms (First Irene and then labor day weekend!) this weekend I finally finished unpacking my clothes and plugged in my fridge. I feel as though I’ve almost got this term’s rhythm down – class, work, research, gym, eat, sleep, socialize (it’s always a juggling act). Read more »

Long time, no post
| June 16, 2011 | 4:43 PM | MacBlog | Comments closed

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Dear Readers –

I really enjoyed getting to speak to some lovely rising high school seniors at the Macaulay open house last weekend – especially those of you from my Alma mater, Stuy, and two girls who also had insulin pumps (diabetes bonding, yay!). That was definitely a first. Best of luck, and as always, you can reach me anytime at kt.ohagan@gmail.com. Read more »

Making Money
| April 3, 2011 | 5:22 PM | MacBlog | Comments closed

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It’s been over a month since I posted! I apologize.

Last Thursday, I too was a giant green highlighter, welcoming accepted freshman into the Macaulay Honors College at Hunter. I hope many of you decide to join us here at the best school in the city 🙂

Someone asked a question during one of the student panels about working. Fear not, young scholars, you are allowed to work! Read more »