Alicia Peaker is the GradHacker Development Editor and a PhD candidate in English at Northeastern University. Her research examines women’s literary and artistic contributions to ecological discourses in the first half of the twentieth century. She tweets @aliciapeaker and blogs here.
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Announcing our first theme week of the semester, “If I had only known…” This week, Katy, Natascha, and Andrea share their reflections and advice on surviving graduate school. Below, our readers offer their best tips to get you through the year (or five)! To share yours, tweet using #gh_tips.
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I'm curious. What do you, fellow grad students, think about extra credit? twitter.com/insidehighered…
Food instability also affects graduate students. Food banks and pantries are important, but so too is affordable ho… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
RT-ing for the image. A seriously fantastic lead photo. twitter.com/insidehighered…