Infinite Blogging

Tales of love, fertility and nourishing food.

Yay Queen’s! November 12, 2008

Filed under: School — Annette @ 3:14 pm

Queen’s ranks second in Maclean’s 18th annual survey of Canadian universities, in the prestigious medical/doctoral category; and receives the most A+ grades of any university surveyed in the Globe and Mail University Report. 

http://qnc.queensu.ca/story_loader.php?id=491b02406da45

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What it’s really like. February 8, 2008

Filed under: School — Annette @ 5:01 pm

Forget all that “fairness” and “consistency” nonsense.

 

I PASSED! :) December 11, 2007

Filed under: School — Annette @ 3:03 pm
 

The Moment of Truth. December 10, 2007

Filed under: School — Annette @ 8:45 pm

Defense tomorrow.  You know, the insignificant event that determines whether or not I actually get my degree.  Cool.

Prayers would be appreciated.

 

DNA Fingerprinting. December 6, 2007

Filed under: News and Blogs,School — Annette @ 12:20 pm

From biochem:

O.J. Simpson was tested for 5 different VNTRs that are highly polymorphic (n varies a lot)
His DNA matched PERFECTLY 5 out of 5 times.
Probability: 1:700,000,000 (yes, seven hundred million)
Statistically, 6 people in the entire world would have the same pattern

 

Ahh, students… and the return of defiance. December 3, 2007

Filed under: School — Annette @ 8:39 am

Some jewels from yesterday’s grading:

“I could add variety to my diet by defiantly eating more whole grains as toast for breakfast…”

“By varying the type of food I am eating I am keeping myself entertained and fulfilling my dietary recommendations.  It is important to keep your taste buds.”

“I was low in grains…vegetables…fruits…milk…and meat and beans…  I sucked this day.”

“You want to have variety in your diet, because eating the same foods throughout the course of the day is not going to give u a good source of nutrients.”

And two of my personal favourites:

“In order to gain my missing fruit and dairy servings, I could have a large piece of fruit topped with a little vanilla yogurt as a snack in place of the puppy chow I ate.”

“In the meat group, I would have poultry, bee, eggs, and peanut butter.”

 

Done and Done. November 28, 2007

Filed under: School — Annette @ 7:27 pm

Today I sent my Plan B to my committee members.  So besides the actual defense, my project is done.  Finished.  Gone.

Wow.