I think - knockonwood - that my schedule should slow down a little after this week. My class ends tomorrow (THREE CHEERS) and I'll be finishing up my clinic hours by the end of next week. I'll still be working at my research job, and working independently on research with my advisor J, but overall my schedule should be a LOT more flexible. Although of course I'll be starting my next internship placement in early August. To the other graduate students out there: anyone remember when summer vacation was a thing? ME NEITHER.
Tonight is the first week night in about 3 weeks that I haven't been interviewing for the study I'm working on with J's colleague. Instead I have a group meeting for our class presentation tomorrow. Ugh boo gross I hate group projects. Yours truly does not work well with others. That being said, this project has been a slight joke so I'm not that worried, and I have two good friends in the group so mostly we just use Group Time to socialize.
|obviously we wear lbds and drink cocktails during class|
I'm reading another great book. You guys remember the Duke lacrosse rape scandal a few years ago? I was in high school at the time and didn't pay much attention, but I was definitely aware and definitely biased in terms of "OMG THOSE MONSTERS THAT POOR WOMAN #GUILTY #MENSUCK" based on what I read in the newspapers. Turns out there was much much more to the story. Any, the book below is incredibly well-researched and delves into the behind-the-scenes maneuvering that led to the case totally blowing up.
I'm only about 150 pages in so far (it's a big fat book) but it's intriguing.
Well, hope everyone's week is going well! More soon.