Finding balance in college is difficult.
On paper, I went to college to expand my educational opportunities, get a degree, and secure a job after graduation. But I also went to join clubs and societies, meet new people, and maybe sleep in every once… More
Engineering classes at Santa Clara University are incredibly intense and do not give you the luxury of having a week to settle and review the syllabus. Thankfully, I finally got to experience the how laid back the first week of class is at a semester… More
Typing away on a Wednesday night and only one more contact hour left this week. Yes, I have 3-day (Lucy claims it's pretty much four-day) weekends. This is a strange way to be in school. Almost every class has only one lecture a week, and the workshops/tutorials… More
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
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