NUI Galway, Ireland
Hello! I am a junior at Penn State studying Journalism, English and Women’s Studies. This semester I am beyond eager to start exploring the cultural heart of Ireland at the National University of Ireland, Galway. I am a New Jersey beach bum native who loves writing, reading, talking and everything in between. Come with me as I travel across seas and get lost one cobblestone street at a time!
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It feels like just yesterday I just landed in the Dublin airport, a little delusional and confused, walking through customs. Six weeks later and as settled into my new home as I’m going to get, it’s starting to sink in just how quickly time is passing… More
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