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July 15, 2015

Ten Facts About Senegal Continued (6 facts in this post)

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In the beginning of my spring semester in Senegal, I opened up my blog with a entry called “10 facts about Senegal,” but I actually only wrote four of them. I planned to write the six other ones along the semester, which I will be doing in this entry. Now that I am thinking about […]

Five first-year students sit around a table at a cafe/bookstore in Easton, The Quadrant

January 22, 2015

Dining In Easton: Cheap Eats, Delicious Treats, & Fancy Feasts

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Naturally, when you go to Lafayette, students will rave about coffee and lattes from Cosmic Cup, Wawa mac-n-cheese, Don Juan’s burritos, and pizza from Pizza D’Oro and Morici’s, but restaurants down the hill have so much to offer. To celebrate the weekend, a birthday, the completion of a tough paper or exam, to spend some […]

January 17, 2015

Past & Present: My Experience with LEAP

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I’m excited for this coming semester for many reasons. I will be reunited with dear friends after a semester abroad and I’ll be living off campus in the Folk Music house. Also, I’m excited for each of my courses, for my four new professors, and to have the Skillman library as my safe haven once […]

April 28, 2014

Exercising the Mind and the Body

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Hola personas! Only two weeks left of classes! Wow, time sure does fly. In my classes, it’s starting to get into “crunch time” – all those final projects, papers, and preparation for finals. This semester I feel like I have a pretty good handle on it all, but that doesn’t mean I don’t have a […]

April 21, 2014

Read it and …drool?

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Hiya readers!! Guess what – I survived course registration! It’s always a fairly stressful time for me, but everything always works out in the end. This year, as a rising senior, you’d think everything would go as smooth as… as… well, something really smooth. It didn’t quite do that, but the final product that I […]

March 29, 2014

I Survived Recital Week!

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Hi Readers! Wow, it’s been a while! Sorry for the delay! Most students here are the busiest during finals week. For me, while a finals week definitely brings its own level of anxiety, the craziest time of my year is recital week, and the weeks leading up to it. As co-president of the Lafayette Dance […]

March 10, 2014

Finally!!

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This week had a lot of those “Finally!” moments – and it’s not even spring break! Numerous things that I had been planning on doing for a while finally came to fruition! For one, I finally went back to the Senior Center! Due to all of the crazy weather, and then feeling not-so-good, I hadn’t […]

March 3, 2014

Study Breaks and, you guessed it, Food!

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Hi there! There are only two weeks until spring break – that’s madness! I feel like I just got here! And it’s already March? Wasn’t it just Christmas? Time sure is flying by! As if time wasn’t already going by fast enough, it feels like each week is becoming a little bit busier than the […]

February 24, 2014

Rejuvenation and Reflection

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Hola Readers- This week has been one of reflection and rejuvenation. I’ve done a lot of my usual things – classes, readings, dance – but I’ve also done a lot of thinking and taking some time for myself as well. I think it’s safe to say that it has hit that point in the semester […]

August 12, 2012

Eating at a Home Away From Home

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One of the joys of traveling is the ability to enjoy a new cuisine. In America, we pride ourselves on having food from many cultures from around the world, but it is never comparable to the real foreign cuisine. In China, I learned what my Chinese friends had already described to me. There are big […]