Traveling and More Traveling

Erin Bigus November 20, 2017

Greetings from Dublin! It almost feels strange to be back in Dublin after all the traveling I’ve been doing lately, but it’s so nice to be back. Two weeks ago, reading week began. As the name suggests, it’s supposed to be a week to work on reading and… More

Traveling Alone, Traveling Woman

Haley Winkle November 19, 2017

We are well into the second half of the semester, and it’s wild to consider November being so close to its end and my remaining time abroad consisting of less than a month. I’m coming to peace with this reality. For now, though, I’m revisiting the first… More

Roots

Michael Turgeon November 18, 2017

In the Maori world, your identity is understood in terms of your Pepeha, a formulation of self that places you in the context of your genealogy and your geography. Who you are is a product of who came before you and your place on the land. Putting together… More

Small Town or Metropolis?

Marta Armour November 17, 2017

This weekend the Arcadia in Granada group went to Toledo and Madrid. Where are Toledo and Madrid? Toledo is a small town located in the autonomous region of Castile-La Mancha, about 3.5 hours north of Granada. So for this trip we finally went north. Toledo… More

Reading Week - Uni in the U.K.

Regina Karmilovich November 16, 2017

Reading Week is a confusing and surreal time during university. Now that I’m halfway through my semester, I think I’ve had a good taste of academic life at Goldsmiths, but this week really threw me for a loop. First off, Reading Week is a full week without… More

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