Monthly Archives: November 2016

To Do List for Mundane Fall Days

With heart pounding hard, screaming my lungs out on the world’s biggest roller coasters and admiring the Massachusetts fall scenery from the world’s tallest swing ride at Six Flags: check. Walking around in haunted houses wishing that I had read … Continue reading

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New York and the pre-Thanksgiving essay spurt

Like Zsófi, I’ve also been uncertain whether to mention the election at all in my post. The one thing that seems worthwhile to note, for me, concerns the resilience of people. Similarly to the Trinity campus, students have been overwhelmingly … Continue reading

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No Politics Please: We’re Hungarian

I was wondering whether to write about the election or not but I decided to handle this topic in way that I’ve seen here at Trinity. We all know the outcome – I will not try to explain or analyze … Continue reading

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The city that never sleeps, neither do I

Okay, that’s not entirely true. I do sleep quite enough, don’t worry. But it’s true that the life here in New York is constantly speeding up. I mean I’ve been here for almost 3 months but it feels like only … Continue reading

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Just before the elections

I guess I am getting use to the TC environment – I am mostly through the huge so-called „first impressions”. Classes are fine, much better than in the first month. The first exams went fine, the style of take-home exam … Continue reading

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Children With Special Needs in the US

Hi All, I’ve mentioned the research that I’m involved in several times but I don’t think I’ve ever gone into details about it. It’s a longitudinal metacognition intervention, which has been ongoing for 3 years at the HMTCA (Hartford Magnet … Continue reading

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