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Happiness, Health, and Vitality

26th January 2023

Happiness in the Form of Literature

Writing Your Literature Review

5th November 2021

How To build a Literature Review:

The Bones, Meat, and Potatoes

NaNoWriMo and Academic Writing

5th November 2021

NaNoWriMo, or National Novel Writing Month, started in 1999 as a challenge to write a 50,000 word novel in 30 days in November.

Happy Halloween

31st October 2021

Nothing Scarier:

Defending Your Dissertation

National Hispanic Heritage Month: Key Facts from the Pew Research Center

7th October 2021

Four Facts From the Pew Research Center on U.S. Latinx Communities

It's National Hispanic Heritage Month, 2021! Between September 15th and October 15th, the team here at Dissertation Editor is participating in celebrating the Resilience and Hope of our Latinx and Hispanic communities with weekly blog posts. You can check them all out here. This week, we're showcasing a few facts from the Pew Research Center that shine a white hot light on the resilience of our U.S. Latinx communities. 

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