The day after landing in Auckland, after a much needed night of sleep, I fought my way out of bed. I then dragged myself down to the front of the apartment building and met up with the other nineteen for our first school trip. 1,271 more words
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Only a few short months ago in North Carolina I was sitting in on faculty panels and class discussions on the pros and cons of US intervention in Syria, drilling my professor who works in constitutional design in post-Arab Spring nations with questions on chemical weapons and Assad, and finding the war-torn country even in my dreams. 1,358 more words
There are few things more amazing than the view from an airplane.
I was fortunate enough to get a window seat on both of my flights towards Costa Rica (I flew from Chicago to Texas and after a brief layover flew to San Jose, Costa Rica), and I spent the first part of my journey with my face and camera plastered to the panel, much to the amusement of the law student next to me. 479 more words
Every year in early March Canberra gets ‘enlightened’. Over the last week the city saw its major cultural and political institutions in the Parliamentary Zone brought to life through projectors that cast colourful illustrations and animations all over their fronts. 374 more words