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11 weeks today

It’s exactly 11 weeks today that I moved into my little apartment here in Paris. And I now only have three and a half weeks left. 570 more words


YOUR OPINIONS NEEDED! Masters Thesis On Housewives...

SH has been asked to assist one of our international readers in their Housewives research!  His questions would be better answered by as many SH readers/viewers of the Housewives franchises as possible and not strictly the viewpoint of SH. 277 more words


Interview with Jewel K. Goode, Assistant Curator of San Diego Mesa College Foundation African Art Collection

Please provide a brief autobiography.

My love affair with foreign languages, art history, photography, architecture, design, and travel began very early.  Originally from the East Coast, I attended a Quaker boarding school in Pennsylvania before receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology with a French minor from a private liberal arts college.  898 more words

Sorbonne Class Update: Presenting the Idea of American Hegemony

“Emily, who is presenting on the article today, is very courageous,” my French professor started, introducing me to the class. (He’d never bothered to introduce anyone before)  “She is an American student and I’m very happy that she is presenting this orally because most foreign students do the written assignment instead, so she is very brave.” 663 more words

Study Abroad


“Talent is cheaper than table salt. What separates the talented individual from the successful one is a lot of hard work.” -(Stephen King, Author) 595 more words

Thursday 13th November

Apologies, since I’ve been back, the blogging just hasn’t come naturally to me. Two weeks since I returned from my lovely week at home, and I’m back in a beautiful, wintery Paris. 327 more words


Flying visitor

The fifth and last week of university flew by, finished with a hot chocolate and croissant by the Sorbonne, before flying home. With a stop off to see my favourite Mancunion work force from UMSU: … 370 more words