By Jordan Shuck, Scottish History
I have been in Scotland for a week (Yay!). After a week of non-stop activity, I finally have time to sit down and reflect on my journey here. Upon reflection of my journey, I have a few pieces of advice on how to make… More
Hàlo and welcome to my blog! I am a current junior studying history and anthropology at the University of Kentucky.
On a typical day you can find me in a cozy coffee shop drinking iced coffee doing homework. When I am not swamped with homework though… More
Finals have finished, the amount of money in your bank account has dropped drastically, and you still have a few weeks left in Europe before you have to go home. It is scary because you feel like your time abroad you have gotten more confident and happy… More
One of the biggest differences between campus life in the U.S. and campus life in the U.K. lies in scheduling. At my home school, I have at least one class (if not more) every day of the week, with three jobs and multiple extracurriculars on top of that… More
Maybe this is not the right place for it, but I can’t put down my travel thoughts until I get this off my chest. I’m not sure if it was the added walking around on concrete or what, but I left Amsterdam crippled. Crippled in the sense that I could no… More