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OT: Grad School

I noticed in another diary that about 5 or 6 people mentioned that they were or had been in grad school. Though considering both the recent phenomena of people very well educated in the academic sense entering the top tiers of baseball general management, and the longer tradition of very educated people delving into thinking about sports, and particularly baseball (David Halbertsam, Gay Talese, etc, all wrote major books on the sport), I probably shouldn't have been surprised, but I was anyway.

And considering I'm now about to apply for grad school (in history), I was even more curious. So how many people here are actually in, or were in grad school? Which fields are you in? And, considering the previous discussion about the poverty of being a grad student (and the decisions I myself am going to have to make), are you still happy you went?

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