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Update.

Posted: October 17, 2012 in whatnot and hooplah

Happy Wednesday.

I’m going to try to start formatting my posts differently, starting with the posting today on O’Neil’s piece “Private Financial Flows.” We shall see how it goes…

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too much.

Posted: September 10, 2012 in whatnot and hooplah

top of the mornin,

so I’m supposed to post on the Tuskegee Syphilis Study before noon and that is just really not going to happen. Being a psych major I’m extremely familiar with the study but I have to work (literally now, I am at work in my awesome cubical) so I just don’t want to churn out a half-assed blog post on something I really found riveting and emotion provoking.

I propose to do the next blog entry accordingly (on the article for my thursday class) and then over the weekend I’m going to do a post on the Tuskegee Syph. Study.

leslie

p.s. yeah, it’s Wed. Sept 26 and I totally lied to y’all. yup, never actually posted a ligit entry about the case. sorry  >o<

happy thursday.

Posted: August 23, 2012 in whatnot and hooplah

I’d say good afternoon but it’s rather later than I thought, so Good Evening!

I’m Leslie and this blog will be for the purpose of sharing my own, personal, opinion and insight in regards to materials covered within and outside of my Anthropology 340 Global Health & Human Rights course during the current Fall semester at UNM. I look forward to posting often and creating a blogging environment in which myself and others can share their thoughts comfortably and with the understanding and respect of others.

A bit about myself…I am a Psychology major with a Concentration in Addiction Counseling at the University of New Mexico. My current minor is Evolutionary Anthropology and this course will be the last one required in regards to my minor. I live in Albuquerque, NM with my boyfriend, Cameron, and my dog, Jack. I work for UNM as well in the Communications Center working with student’s mainly concerning Financial Aid, Registration, and Admissions (among many other sectors of UNM). Once I graduate this upcoming year I am looking to work in a rehabilitation center to help those who are suffering from behavioral addictions and substance abuse.

I look forward to ranting about the goings on of the world to you and hope you will enjoy it too.

Leslie