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For a year I had fought an uphill battle with a member of my doctoral advisory committee in attempting to complete my dissertation. It seemed obvious that she did not like me and wanted to hinder my progress. I felt as if I had been cast into my own den of lions. Envy and professional jealousy were pacing and snarling; resistance and delay were crouched and ready to pounce. Racial prejudice was licking its chops in the corner.
I had been writing diligently, but this woman's editorial feedback was needed before I could proceed further. Week after week I would drive an hour and a half each way to meet with her, and many times she would admit that she hadn't read the chapters I had submitted. On several occasions she failed to show up for our appointments, and no apologies were ever offered.
I need not react
Susan D. Fleming
Leaving behind false landmarks
Clifford Kapps Eriksen
"Patience is gain"
Martin K. Budu-Kwatiah
Politics today: what can we do?
Rita Hayes Hornbeak
The story of Jesus' crucifixion and resurrection
Rosalie E. Dunbar
How high can we reach?
William E. Moody
I was at school, September 18, 1996
George Hilton with contributions from Renée Hilton
God's loving care for our family has taken form in many ways
Janet Heineman Clements with contributions from Jeffrey K. Clements
Sometimes, if I wake in the middle of the night, I like to grab...
Louise Kim Krieger