And think not that youth or age, one without the other, is of any effect, but that the simplest, the middle sort, and the exactest judgments tempered together is it that doth the greatest good; and that a state as well as any other thing will, if it rest… More
These downtrodden streets are so wise as my feet ache over the knolls to my apartment. Already I have gained the intense skills required to cross the street, order a coffee how I like it, and turn on the water heater twenty minutes before I need to shower… More
As my first week in Greece draws to a close and once-in-a-lifetime orientation activities transition into classes as usual, I’m left with a range of emotions and sentiments and, unfortunately, a slight cold which has forced upon me the executive decision… More
It’s like just yesterday I was roughing it up through a challenging semester, filling out my visa application, and just beginning to look at suitable flights that didn’t take me through three cities and twenty hours worth of layovers. Fast-forward to… More
By Leah Mangold, Arcadia in Greece Summer
It takes Giannis Bratsolias 126 seconds to make my iced coffee. He brings it to me with a smile; one hand holding the blended drink, the other holding a glass of cold water.
I am the first and only one here… More