About a week before the fall semester of my sophomore year of college began, I received a series of e-mails from the GW History Department, each detailing a different history-related internship opportunity opening during the semester.
From the very beginning, I always had trouble believing I was a creative person. I was the child who always opted to draw stick figures when asked to draw a family portrait. Not until I reached college did I realize
In late November, chairs of departments around the Commonwealth of Virginia received notice that we had to complete “conflict of interest” disclosure forms to the state.
Throughout Christian history, the Virgin Mary has been depicted as a young mother nurturing her child, and as an older mother mourning her son. Both depictions of Mary have been made to revere her in different parts of the world,
We have all been to conferences where presenters exceeded the time limit, or failed to effectively convey their research and its significance to their listeners. And perhaps it is no wonder—graduate training programs do not necessarily emphasize the importance of