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Hello fellow studying FJers! I hope to revive this club with this first thread. I can start with my own situation. I am currently doing a come-back to college for a micromasters in teaching. I'm doing it part time, while working a fulltime job. Even if I finished my masters only 2 years ago, I was a bit anxious to go back. What was the most stressful for me was the idea of managing the class loadwork and my job. Time management was a struggle even when I was a full time student, so of course I was expecting it to be awful with my fulltime job. That is why I decided to take only one evening class. Turns out I am managing ok. Not as bad as I thought. It also is encouraging to realise I really like my class. I find the subject very stimulating (and it helps that my professor is pretty cool). Honestly, it tells me I'm doing the right thing in trying to become a teacher. I worked on my second paper this weekend, due later this week. I wish this can be a place to discuss the realities of being a student, the struggles and successes of furthering your education. Work hard and study on!
16strong posted a topic in Rape & Sexual AbuseIn light of the large number of sexual assaults that have been covered up and subsequently revealed to the media at Baylor University, their president has been demoted, their football coach has been fired, and their athletic director has been sanctioned and placed on probation. https://www.texastribune.org/2016/05/26/baylor-releases-report-handling-sexual-assault-cas/ GOOD. Wish they'd fire them all. Maybe girls at other universities have some hope for justice now, too.