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So this post is dedicated to the submerged state of panic buried beneath our smiles. Here’s a week in my life (two weeks ago, in fact) as a way of giving you a glimpse into the true college experience. Or, at least, my college experience. Spoiler warning: life is fairly mundane, which the post may also be.
Students for a Sustainable Campus and Dining Conference Services partnered to present the water bottle sculpture as part of the Why Bottled Water campaign on campus. The water bottle sculpture is designed to provide an estimate of how much plastic waste students produce on a daily basis.
I’m not leaving Dublin just yet. I wanted to get that out there, just for complete honesty’s sake. I am, however, leaving Dublin very soon, and most of the students in my program left today. I am hitting up Rome for a few days, then dropping by Dublin again before I depart Europe entirely. I’m keeping sadness at bay by just looking at the town where I got to spent three and a half glorious, adve...
A couple weekends ago, I went on a day-trip to Oxford and the Cotswolds. After wobbling our way through what remained of the ice and snow on the ground, we came upon the heart of the village, which seemed to consist mostly of tea houses– not that I was complaining! The bucolic image was further enhanced by the first sun that England has seen for days.