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I Don’t Really Care Who You’re Married To | 2016 Election

One of the only downsides to studying abroad at this time of year (aside from the inconsistent weather patterns that made packing a very difficult task) is missing election season. You might’ve already noticed that I live for politics – particularly American politics. I love my country, and being so[…]

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Grüße vom Bodensee | Greetings from Lake Constance

I’ve officially been here in Germany for a little more than two weeks now! It’s been a wonderfully simple few weeks. I’ve been getting used to my new city and school – and eating lots of ice cream and pasta, of course.   Here’s where I’m living: Friedrichshafen, on Lake[…]

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The Study Abroad Chronicles

“Life is tough, my darling, but so are you.” Disclaimer: This post isn’t entirely about studying abroad. Just a little bit. But like, also not really. Before I start recording my study abroad adventures on this blog, I felt compelled to first share a bit of a backstory. Every once[…]

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Great White Privilege

  “Do you believe in white privilege?” It’s a question I don’t ask, because to ask this question would mean giving people the option to respond with the answer, “No.” To ask this question would insinuate that white privilege is something that can be believed in, like it’s the Loch[…]

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england

England To read more about my trip, scroll down. I know that spending less than a month in London doesn’t make me an expert, but it does mean I have some knowledge. So, here’s my list of Do’s & Don’ts for spending time in London. Also, I was broke throughout[…]

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