In the third week of March, I received my results from a COVID-19 test. It was positive. I wanted to write about my story with coronavirus from the very beginning, including initial symptoms and testing. […]
Month: March 2020
Dorm Chairs – Inexpensive and Comfy Options
As a college student, dorm rooms offer a great advantage: living on campus and belonging to the community. However, dorm rooms tend to be very small and plain. This post describes a few ideas for […]
Dorm Headboard Ideas and Alternate Options
Are you looking to customize your dorm room? Dorm rooms are usually very basic, with plain colors and only a bed and a desk. Adding a few pieces can make your dorm room look more […]
Dorm Room Wall Decor – Decoration Ideas
Are you moving into the college dorms? It is an exciting time and you should enjoy every moment. The first day you step into the dorms, it will be exciting, and probably exhausting, because you […]
Dorm vs Apartment -College Housing- Where to live?
As soon as you decide to attend a university, one of the first questions that arise is: Where would you live? What housing options do you have? There are three clear options: live at home […]
Find the Right Ph.D. Program: Main Considerations (including funding)
Pursuing a Ph.D. is an academic, mental, and personal challenge. Finding the right Ph.D. program is a crucial first step. If you are researching different schools, remember to not set your heart into just one. […]
What are Ph.D. Qualifying Exams?
Ph.D. students must pass Ph.D. qualifying exams to prove knowledge in their field and readiness to conduct research. Once the student has passed the qualifying exams, then their primary and only focus can be research. […]
How to get into a Ph.D. program? 7 crucial steps to success
Are you ready to get started with your Ph.D.? If you are not, that is ok. Getting a Ph.D. is a challenging yet rewarding process. And navigating through searching for schools applying and completing all […]
Is getting a PhD free in the US?
Several graduate schools in the US offer free PhD programs, but we shouldn’t generalize just yet. Depending on your degree, your background, and which school you would like to attend, you might have better chances […]
History of Arcades – Are they going away?
Sega fabricated the first electromechanical games in 1966. They launched a submarine simulator after this first success; other games came out. Some of those games include sports, flying simulators, shooting, etc. A few years later, […]