House Grad Assistant, Paige Tucker DIV 2017, featured on Not So Ivory Tower

March 6, 2017

A blog *by* women of color in academia *for* women of color in academia. Our mission is to support, empower, and connect women of color in all stages of higher education.

This month we interviewed Paige Tucker, who received her B.A. in Political Science from UCLA and is currently a second year Masters candidate at Yale Divinity School. Paige discusses her journey through academia, which included a redirection from Law School in order to pursue self-reflection and maintain her self-care. She also talks about her involvement with Yale’s Afro-Am Cultural Center, and how she has managed to navigate herself as a Black Christian woman through academia.

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