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kendalldinniene

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kendalldinniene last won the day on July 17

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About kendalldinniene

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  • Gender
    Woman
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    She/Her(s)
  • Location
    California
  • Interests
    Feminist/Women's Writing, Chicanx Lit, Disability Poetics
  • Application Season
    2019 Fall
  • Program
    English Lit PhD

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  1. Personally I think trying to get an impressive score on the subject test is an utter waste of time. Get that verbal score up, but mostly focus on producing the absolute best SOP and WS you can. Good luck to you!!!
  2. kendalldinniene

    2019 Applicants

    Decorate, wander, and read oh so much.
  3. kendalldinniene

    2019 Applicants

    Arriving in Dallas tonight after my (third) 12 hour day on the road. Ahhhhh it’s all happening!
  4. I scored in the 16th percentile and it was just fine.
  5. kendalldinniene

    2019 Applicants

    Totally feel this but everything will fall into place, I promise. For me it all worked itself out when I was in the Dallas airport heading home and feeling so defeated for not finding anything. I’ve got my fingers crossed you’ll have the perfect spot soon.
  6. kendalldinniene

    2019 Applicants

    Yesssssss!!! So happy for you!
  7. kendalldinniene

    2019 Applicants

    Thank you!!!
  8. kendalldinniene

    2019 Applicants

    I got to visit Dallas for a few days last week to apartment hunt and I absolutely fell in love with the city and the people, which I wasn’t really expecting. Then I found out the day after I got home that I got my dream apartment in my dream neighborhood. I’m over the moon right now and it just makes the amazement and gratitude I feel about grad school that much bigger and better. I’m so happy right now.
  9. kendalldinniene

    2019 Applicants

    I can see that! Personally I am digging the hell out of it. Especially since so many of the “sources” are fake. Talk about unreliable narrators!
  10. kendalldinniene

    2019 Applicants

    Just started Lincoln in the Bardo, about halfway through now and desperate to talk about it! Anyone here read it?
  11. kendalldinniene

    Abuse and bullying

    Wow. This is just awful. I think perhaps the best sources students deciding on offers can rely on, besides the media if a professor’s bad behavior has been publicized, are existing graduate students within a program. I certainly asked questions about this of current students at my institution. However, and this is what troubles me the most, asking students to be accountable for reporting this shit behavior is really unfair. Especially in programs like English where finding employment after graduation is already incredibly difficult, how can we ask graduate students to potentially burn bridges within their communities before they’ve even hit the job market? It seems like these sorts of environments which protect abusive behavior are holdovers from yesteryear, when people within these jobs were all white men, who not only enjoyed the privileges of education and leadership, but also the authority of being simply white and male. I like to think of English programs as being often places of real progressivism, but that is clearly, to some extent, wishful thinking. Thanks for sharing this article! It certainly gives one a lot to think about.
  12. kendalldinniene

    2019 Applicants

    Just applied for an apartment!
  13. kendalldinniene

    2019 Applicants

    I’ve spent more than I should have buying cotton and linen stuff because it’s so hot in Texas meanwhile I live in Sacramento where it’s hot as balls and my existing wardrobe works just fine 🤣. Just wait until I get into my new apartment and start decorating though, haha, talk about major bucks!
  14. kendalldinniene

    2019 Applicants

    S A M E
  15. kendalldinniene

    2019 Applicants

    Didn’t see imposter syndrome kicking in quite this early, but that professor of mine is asking for feedback on the proposed reading list as well as additions. All of these people have already replied all with great insights and suggestions and I’m like... *crickets* Do I even grad school, bro?
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