If you were paying attention in December, you’ll remember that I alluded to some mysterious “thing” that I was tip-toeing around doing. First things first: I didn’t do it. “It” was applying to grad school. But not just any grad program, I was going to apply to the Masters of Science in the Social Science … Continue reading So, about that thing.
With September comes the inevitable back to school feeling in the air. And this year, like the 3 before it, I won’t be going back. The slightly more noteworthy tidbit though, is that I won’t be going back next year either. I’ve decided that despite my not-dismal-but-also-not-very-good LSAT score from June, I’m not going to … Continue reading LSAT-out
I have yet to get a decent night’s sleep since before I left for Korea. I have a lot of work to do as the busy Spelunking season gets fully underway. I have a very important test to write in just under 3 weeks. I don’t feel like I’m making progress on any of those … Continue reading And on and on
With the exception of the first few weeks of excessive partying and blissful freedom after graduating from University, I always knew I wanted to go back. I am a nerd. A nerd for learnin’. And if that’s wrong, baby I don’t wanna be right! The question then was, what to do? And here I give … Continue reading This is your brain on…
I’m about to reveal my academic dorkiness right now… BUT IT’S TAKING EVERY TEENSY BIT OF WILLPOWER I HAVE AT THE MOMENT NOT TO DROP EVERYTHING AND GO TO TORONTO. Why? For the McLuhan International Festival of the Future of course. Honestly, the only thing holding me back is the fact that it starts today. … Continue reading The Medium is the Message
One of my favourite concepts that came up during many of the Political Economy courses I took is that of Monopolies of Knowledge. Before you get excited, it has nothing to do with being really, really good at the board game. A Monopoly of knowledge is a system in place that serves to preserve the … Continue reading Do Not Pass Go