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03/07/14 - EllaGetting Oriented in Aotearoa
I know everyone has anxiously been awaiting my first New Zealand blog post and I apologize that it has taken me this long. However, it really is not my fault. New Zealand is seriously behind on their wifi game. While I know this is probably a good thing for “unplugging” and “disconnecting” purposes, the adjustment […]Read More
03/07/14 - DanielleAnonymity, considered.
Joan Didion once said that we tell ourselves stories in order to live. I guess that this must be true, no matter who you are, because in the end the things that we cling to are the memories that become stories that we tell ourselves over and over again, whether they are good or bad. […]Read More
03/07/14 - JoannaA Groovy Kind of Love Letter to Speculoos
Dear Speculoos, I wasn’t aware of your existence until my recent, eye – opening trip to Belgium. When we first met at the chocolate shop near Grand Place, I was intrigued, and interested by your cookie form. I was tempted to get a pack, but I decided to wait, as it was the only the […]Read More
03/06/14 - ZachAcademia
Studying abroad is about more than going out to different pubs and exploring ancient castles; there is a clear academic aspect that many students often underestimate. There are different approaches to how you spend your time abroad, and I have opted to take a very split approach. Some students wish to spend most of their […]Read More
03/06/14 - LorenAmsterdam!
This weekend found me frolicking around the crazy-not-real city of Amsterdam! I say it’s “not a real city” because I felt like I was living in some sort of odd bubble while I was there. People there are much friendlier than anyone I have stumbled upon in London Town and seem to always want to […]Read More