By Emma Louise Backe We all know the drill: you’ve spent more hours in the library than you’d care to…
By Emma Louise Backe We’ve all been there. You’ve gone through Freshman Orientation, bonded with your dorm, combed through the…
You’re interested in a topic and you’d like to start a master’s degree to be able to explore it. Great! But where to begin?
Before you start filling out applications for universities, there are two very important things you need to do, the first of which I’ll address today and the second in a coming post.
1. You need to clarify what you’ll work on;
2. Decide whom you want to work with.
It is a recurrent idea that time spent online or playing video games is wasted. It might be especially prevalent in people who do not enjoy gaming, but could also come from the fact that we all get zombifyed by memes or facebook every once in a while.
If you ask me, the only time you’ll ever spend badly is the time you don’t enjoy. If you enjoy laughing out loud at memes and watching documentaries online, go right ahead. The key is to focus on contents that allow you to connect to people, spike your curiosity, make you laugh, make you learn, or challenge you. How about a few anthropology readings to accomplish that?