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Graduate Student Spotlight– Louie Hernandez

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For today’s Graduate Student Spotlight, we’re highlighting American Studies student, Louie Hernandez! Louie is a creative, forward thinker with a sense of humor. He’s very involved with his program, and enjoys having the opportunity and space to explore a number of advanced research topics. He’s cheerful, always thinking ahead, and appreciates the support staff gives

Scholarship and Support: Arahshiel Silver’s Experience in the MA in Liberal Studies Program

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After finishing a bachelor’s degree in history “better late than never,” Arahshiel Silver knew she wanted to continue her education and began looking for a master’s program that fit her needs. She considered many factors when choosing a program, but most importantly, she was looking for the flexibility to pursue the research that motivated her.

A “Liberal” Path to Ph.D. at Waterloo

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In 2011, I decided to return to the University of Michigan-Flint for a Master of Arts in Liberal Studies. It was difficult choosing between a Master of Arts in English and the Liberal Studies degree. What I really liked about the MA in Liberal Studies, however, was that it would allow me to pursue different