End of the Road…Almost

As the semester comes to a close, and this class comes to an end, I wanted to write one last blog post that acts as a capstone to my experience with English 229.  This class has primarily been divided into three units: Observe, Create and Intervene.  It’s funny, because when I try to narrow down…

The Everlasting Internship Search

Well, the big search is finally over for me.  A process that began in January has finally ended: I have secured an internship for Summer 2014.  This actually wasn’t my first internship search; last year I interned at a law firm over the summer.  But I set out to secure a paid internship this year,…

Apple Inc.: Creating Problems

I distinctly remember cracking up when I heard Steve Jobs introduce the iPad in 2010.  At the time, it seemed like an awful move for Apple: who was going to spend hundreds of dollars on a dumbed down laptop?  Adding to the hilarity was the name of the device.  Late night comedians joked that it…

Contrast & Resumes

Ah, the resume.  A document that may act as a recruiter’s (as well as a prospect’s) best friend, but a piece of paper that undoubtably causes headaches when drafting.  There are many different ways to format a resume, and a million ways to customize the aesthetics.  Adding to the headaches is the fact that a…

Intellectual Property Law Journals

I’ve pretty much accepted that as a History Major here at the University of Michigan, there’s no way I’ll be able to make a living as a historian.  Luckily, that has never been one of my career goals or dreams; my plan, for a long time, has been to earn a JD/MBA once I finish…