Archive for October, 2012

You’re Still Here?

I get that question often. See, I was originally planning to graduate this past May. If you’re a follower of this blog, you’ll know that didn’t happen. If this is your first time on this blog, I’ll give you the quick and dirty: it didn’t happen. Yes, I’m still here. Still at Milano. Still trying to finish up my graduate program.

It’s really not that bad. I’m taking public finance, which I really enjoy. Some people aren’t that interested in tax policy, but it really is very interesting, especially if you’re interested in politics. I learned what the marginal rate really is, and why a lot of political arguments are just nonsense devoid of real policy and empirical data. A lot of lawmakers need to learn economics, especially public finance economics. But I digress…

I’m still at Milano. Still writing for this blog. But I do plan to graduate at the end of the semester, which means we need new writers to keep this thing going. Any takers? You don’t have to be the best blogger ever, just willing to share your grad school experiences with our cadre of readers, many of whom are prospective or incoming students. So give it a shot. Let us know if you’d like to write for the Milano Grad School Blog


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