November don't go...

posted November 29, 2018 12:40 PM by Megan Ondricek

To my fellow blogger Sarah - yes, it is crunch time! We're in the home stretch, the final countdown. This week I find myself returning to the busyness refreshed after a lovely Thanksgiving break with all the trappings: food, friends,...continue reading

It's Crunch Time

posted November 28, 2018 2:51 PM by Sarah Callanan

It's crunch time everyone! My final project is due next week. The class discussion doesn't end until December 10th, so I suppose that is the official end date, but the project is my main priority. My final project for LIS...continue reading

International Opportunities at Simmons SLIS

posted November 27, 2018 2:35 PM by Maria Reilova

One of the great things about Simmons SLIS is how many events are hosted each week! We have a very active student body and there are more panels, workshops, field trips, socials, etc. than anyone could ever hope to go....continue reading

The SLIS Buffet

posted November 19, 2018 12:52 PM by Katie Carlson

Hello again! I'm getting ready to register for classes in a few days, and I'm going to explain the way I'm feeling in true English major fashion -- via metaphor. I feel as though I am at a Chinese buffet,...continue reading

Keep On Keeping On

posted November 15, 2018 4:15 PM by Megan Ondricek

Well I survived "hump week" even though I had to drive up to class and back (and give a presentation) on about three hours of sleep. If you've been reading the other posts on this blog I think you'll recognize...continue reading

Nonstop Action!

posted November 14, 2018 12:17 PM by Sarah Callanan

In my last post, when I said "life is getting pretty hectic," that was an understatement. I thought my description was accurate last week, but I was just part of the way through the mountain of work that awaited me....continue reading

Wait...It's almost Thanksgiving?!

posted November 13, 2018 12:13 PM by Maria Reilova

So it's November. Already. I'm not sure where September and October went but apparently it's the past. These first few weeks of grad school have been a whirlwind and when friends and family ask me what I've been up to...continue reading

Hump Week

posted November 8, 2018 12:22 PM by Megan Ondricek

I've dubbed this week "hump week" because I have major assignments due in BOTH of my classes on Saturday. They are the last assignments before our final projects, so it's the last "hump" of the semester before the final hump....continue reading

Registration Part 2!

posted November 7, 2018 1:51 PM by Sarah Callanan

I have an update on my last post! So my desk is completely covered in Pro/Con lists, and I have officially decided to not take LIS 438: Introduction to Archival Methods and Services next semester, therefore delaying my decision on...continue reading

Public Transport Rant: The Good, The Bad, and The Super Delayed T

posted November 6, 2018 3:56 PM by Maria Reilova

Being from a small town in Florida means that for most of my life, I have had pretty regular access to a car. My high school didn't even have a school bus option for where I lived. The closest grocery...continue reading