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Website Updates

Just a quick note to say that there’s some website maintenance going on at my personal website,  sarahveale.com.  For the next few days, the site may be inaccessible to some users and I might not receive any e-mail during this … Continue reading

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Mid-Semester Update Fall 2011

Well, it’s halfway through the fall semester and as you can tell by the sparse updates, school has been extremely busy. Not only am I going to university full-time this year, but I’m also taking a foreign language. Combine this … Continue reading

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School’s In or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Homework

While the rest of you are submitting papers for the many conferences recently announced, I, too, will be submitting work—to my professors. Yes, school is back in full-force and that means some changes around here. What sort of changes? Nothing … Continue reading

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Pro Study Tip: Podcasting

This post does not involve magic or religion, unless you consider school one of those things. In which case, please go outside right now and enjoy these magical things called “sunlight” and “fresh air.” With the school year approaching, I … Continue reading

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Update: School’s In & Space Jesus

Whoever said summer school was easy is a dirty, dirty liar. I thought it would be wise to knock out a winter course over the break, saving myself the agony of waiting at the bus stop in the middle of … Continue reading

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No, I’m Not Becoming a Nun

Photo by iskir As a religious studies student, I am getting used to the common reactions people have after letting them know what I am going to school for. The first reaction is usually an uncomfortable silence. Religious Studies is … Continue reading

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Krishnamurti and Rejecting Institutions

I sometimes feel like a spiritual slut since I seem unable to commit to any one group and even, at times, a particular path. It’s not that I don’t want to, but I have a major distrust of organized religion. … Continue reading

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