Surviving Summer: Eat Something

Welcome back to our series on surviving summer on the low or no income of a humanities graduate student. A lot of our previous posts have focused on food (here, here, and here). This probably isn’t surprising. You need to eat. I need to eat. We all need to eat. When we’re looking at cuttingContinue reading “Surviving Summer: Eat Something”

Surviving Summer: Share Something

One time, in another life, I was listening to a husband and wife missionary team talk about how they saved money to go on their mission trips and one of the things they said has always stayed with me as a very practical piece of life advice: If I’ve got beans and you’ve got riceContinue reading “Surviving Summer: Share Something”

Surviving Summer: Grow Things

Let me start with something we all know to be true: Graduate students in the humanities are not paid well. While everyone who has ever talked to a graduate student in the humanities knows that this is true finding the data to back this up is incredibly difficult for a lot of reasons. To getContinue reading “Surviving Summer: Grow Things”