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First Part: here.

Second Part: here.

Third Part: here.

Okay, guys. I admit it. When I said I’d live blog my Montpellier trip, I was being ambitious. 634 more words


Massive asteroid may have kickstarted the movement of continents

Earth was still a violent place shortly after life began, with regular impactors arriving from space. For the first time, scientists have modelled the effects of one such violent event – the strike of a giant asteroid. 617 more words


Nigeria, A Matter of Numbers

Nigeria is about to become the biggest economy in Africa. This news may leave some readers frowning. The African continent has recorded in the last decade a steadily growing economic performance, and South Africa was the spearhead of this revival. 430 more words

Global Economics

First Edition of Amereida

I was winding down a four-hour library session yesterday when I accidentally found the first edition of Amereida I. Or to put it in the terms of the School of Valparaíso,  the book irrupted into my presence. 399 more words


Eric Louie - Continent

“Continent” by Eric Louie, 76″ x 84″, 2014

Eric Louie’s latest paintings continue to develop his unique metaphysical language. He has always been interested in spatial dimensions that evoke realms of consciousness and memory. 201 more words


Beauty of Africa

What must I say about a continent that’s most of times negative in the news? what you can say about that?.. I asked myself this same question over and over again, the answer was easy (I was surprise). 137 more words


Research. Essays. Exams. Oh My! .... Hard work does pay off

I have finally hit the “study” part of the abroad experience. Who knew that there was more to this than just learning about the culture. They actual expect us to do school work. 307 more words