Our PoliSci professor very kindly narrowed down our syllabus from 752 pages to 191 & gave us some ‘sos’ pages/subjects (see: list my mouse is on).
So today, I’m typing up my own notes, stitching together pieces from my textbook & my lecture notes. I have to say, having a wireless keyboard makes all the difference! I never look at my keyboard as I type anyway, so being able to fit my textbook between my keyboard and screen is priceless (seriously, it makes everything 10x easier)!
PS: I’ve been listening to The Theory of Everything soundtrack on repeat while studying all week. I definitely suggest trying it out, it’s really helping me focus & not distracting me at all (no lyrics!).
PS#2: Always keep cold water close to you while you’re studying! I find it really wakes me up & we all know how important it is to stay hydrated :)
US 191 Through Morenci Mine, Greenlee County, Arizona, 2014.
Ahead is the mine wall, and for 20 or so km the right-of-way for the highway climbs though the immense Morenci open pit copper mine. Awesome and troubling. North of the mine the road climbs to some of the highest land in Arizona and also some of the most remote.
In a study conducted in association with the Israeli Central Bureau of Statistics, it was found that for each Jewish student, schools have a budget of around US $ 1,100 a year. For each Palestinian child, however, the figure was just US $ 191: almost six times smaller. In the south of Israel, the research showed there was US $ 60 for each Palestinian student - while for children of West Bank settlers, the budget was US $ 1,535.
Palestinians in Israel: segregation, Discrimination and Democracy