New trilingual piece

When I first started writing, it came naturally to me to write in whatever one considered Standard English was. It just seemed like the “right” way of writing. Going to school where English was a second language, there was an insistence on correcting mistakes. When I started teaching English, this was still standard operating procedure. […]

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Post-postgraduate life

I recently submitted my final assessment for the Master of Public Policy and Management at the University of Melbourne. I promised in a previous post to do a quick summary of what that entailed. I was enrolled in the programme in a part-time capacity for a year and then due to Covid-19 I decided to […]

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Turning Points

I am not far off from completing my Master of Public Policy and Management. Outside of social relationships and sports, life has pretty much revolved around this course. It is one I have mostly enjoyed and more than anything I’ve appreciated the breadth and depth that the program affords. I intend to write a list […]

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