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Two Worlds Collide in my Home Country

Before I continue detailing everything and anything I happen to encounter on campus at Jamestown Community College, I feel it’s only right that I document the three month break that…

London skyline

The Best Things in Life/London are Free

Well, it is officially spring break for the Foundation for International Education in London, which also means that the semester is now half over. To say that the semester is…

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The Best of Barcelona and more!

Love at first sight must be real because I fell in love with Barcelona the first day I got there. I went to Barcelona with the intention to see my…

London pub

Do You Fancy a Pint?

When you think about the iconic parts of London that define the city, Big Ben, the London Eye, and the red double decker buses are usually among the first that…

View of Venice and canal

Ciao from Venice, Italy

Hello! Today marks two weeks that I’ve been in Venice, and I still can’t believe that I’m here! I’ve been so busy since I’ve been here that I’ve hardly had…

places in Amsterdam

Finding My Way

I’ve been here in London for about one full month now. I can feel myself (slowly but surely) getting a bit more used to the fast-paced lifestyle and fitting in…

Church in Scotland

School in Dundee, Scotland

I just finished my second week of classes here at the University of Dundee in Dundee, Scotland. It’s hard to believe how fast the time is going by. Classes are…

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In Our Own Skin

The Weeks Gallery has a new exhibition In Our Own Skin, featuring phenomenal pieces by artists Stacey Davidson and Jenny Schmid. On the walls of the gallery you will see…

Nicole with catedral

When in Spain

A gloomy, chilly, and rainy Monday morning. Looking out the window, there are Spaniards walking to work in rain boots, heavy coats, and scarves: fashion similar to that in the…

In Zadar, Croatia

Throwback to Spring Break

Spring Break abroad was one of the most memorable trips I’ve ever gone on. My travel buddies were a bit more excited for the trip initially because they knew more…