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WARNING: Finals are Closer Than They Appear

Time is a concept rarely taken seriously when we’re young because we feel as if we have so much of it. Only when we don’t… More

Calli Umipig University of Cape Town, South Africa

WARNING: Finals are Closer Than They Appear

Calli Umipig June 19, 2017

Time is a concept rarely taken seriously when we’re young because we feel as if we have so much of it. Only when we don’t want something to end does mortality start to make sense and suddenly its all we can think about. Each absence between blog posts… More

Learning from the Past

Megan Anger June 9, 2017

Over the past four months, I’ve gotten a chance to see and understand a different part of Chile that isn’t quite visible on the surface. In my classes at PUCV, I’ve learned a lot about the history of Chile, and specifically about the time of the dictatorship… More

Guns, Coins and Classes

Mitch Peiffer January 19, 2017

As it happens, the stereotype that Americans are the most gun-happy people in the world is false. In fact, the people at the University of Aberdeen Rifle Club were surprised to hear that American Universities generally don’t allow any kind of guns or… More

Living in Edinburgh: Past and Present

Arcadia Summer July 3, 2016

By Jonny S., Museum Studies Internship Program, Scotland Last Saturday, friends and I went out for a picnic in a park near our apartments, which was actually really nice. We just sat around and relaxed. That is, until it rained of course. Later that… More

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