Category Archives: Fulbright

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My Fulbright Advice 2.0

When I went into the office of my program director to turn in my final paper and get my final allotment, the director asked me to think about what I would say to the new class. What my advice would … Continue reading

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Wait, so where do I buy….?

In an effort to keep up readership of my blog, I have been thinking for days on what to write about. I’m trying not to fall into my old habit of write-every-month, but I realized that my general insight comes … Continue reading

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Cairo dirty dirty beautiful

Before I start my post, I must give credit where credit is due – my title is not my own. I borrowed it from a friend’s facebook album detailing our recent Egyptian adventure, and although I usually find a lot … Continue reading

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Back on the bike

So for two months I have not been able to ride my Moroccan motor bike. Most of that was due to my extended trip home, and since then, the battery has been very dead. However, as I was sitting in … Continue reading

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If the walls could talk….

It goes without saying that I haven’t written in a while. Actually, ‘a while’ is an under statement, as it has been almost two months. My time has been spent general living life and generally neglecting communication. Not to say … Continue reading

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Culinary adventures

One of the most interesting aspects of life after college is food. At school, I had a hot plate and a microwave, but a majority of my culinary activity was limited to Annie’s Mac & Cheese and Moroccan Mint Tea. … Continue reading

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Time flies, but can it also fall?

So I know that the phrase goes “time flies,” but that does not truly capture the movement of life through time. The verb ‘to fly’ implies zero acceleration, a constant velocity, a horizontal, albeit fast, movement through space. A bird … Continue reading

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