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Assimilating. Sort of.

One phenomenon I’ve noticed this semester is that Americans tend to gravitate towards each other while abroad. Something about being alone in a new country I suppose. I myself have often been guilty of mainly hanging around with Americans I … Continue reading

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“Yeah, sure, it’ll be grand.”

Trinity College Dublin was founded in 1592, and four weeks into teaching term I am convinced that its bureaucracy and administrative technology are relics of that century. From registering for modules (or what we in the U.S. call courses) on … Continue reading

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A Preface

It’s the middle of August, and I am ready to go back to Georgetown. In my absentminded daydreams, I draw up packing lists, plan out my dorm room decorations, reminisce about warm September days in Washington – watching the leaves … Continue reading

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