June 5, 2014

Finals at Jacobs

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This week is finals week and it’s a bit stressful. I will probably just end up on a rant about my one class, Bioprocess Engineering. They do things a bit differently here at Jacobs. At Lafayette they give you many chances, in most classes, to bump up your grade, whether it’s with problem sets, quizzes, […]

Eddie Andujar

July 29, 2013

In Europe, I’m Indian

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It happened in Denmark. It happened in Austria. It happened twice in Serbia. “Is your family from India?”  One time I even got “I could’ve sworn you were a Paki.” It doesn’t bother me, it’s just a curious question that I haven’t really been asked before. Back in the States I’ve heard people say that […]

February 12, 2013

Biking in the Netherlands

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Bikes. Bikes are everywhere  in the Netherlands, and to me they have defined my experience here. Before I had come here, I hadn’t biked for years, and then only on the country road in my neighborhood. In the past week, I have biked through Dutch cities in all kinds of weather (sun, rain, snow, ice, […]