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Ed. Note: Since the writing of this article, Natalie Groom, DMA, continues to live and make music for and with residents at Collington during the COVID-19 lockdown.
By Anna de Cheke Qualls For international graduate students, finding a job usually involves walking a complex path. COVID-19 has brought this even more into focus, as many graduate students now struggle with navigating the job search in the virtual landscape.
By Anna De Cheke Qualls An elementary school teacher told Lakuan T. Smith (’17 MPS, Organizational Industrial Psychology) that his life would be easier if he used his middle name, Terry. Smith often used both names from then on, depending on the situation.
By Hannah Jardine As an education researcher, I regularly contemplate my role as a researcher and my relationship with my research subjects. I am not alone in this; Vanessa Siddle Walker suggested “the role of the researcher in the research process” is an issue in education research that requires attention and “introspective conversation.”  For me, this deep reflection on how my identity and positionality impact my role as a researcher began with my first major education research experience.
“The Pathways of the Future”: The Synthesis of Histories in the Monument to the National Liberation War and to Ilinden in Kruševo
By Raino Isto Two photographs, taken August 2, 1974, captured Yugoslavian citizens “Trac[ing] the Pathways of the Future,” according to the front-page headline of the Socialist Republic of Macedonia’s principle daily, Nova Makedonija.