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The Dilemma of an Opinionated Journalist

Previously published here.

„Don’t be a sissy, you’re not made out of sugar!“ Sara had been hearing that sentence all day long. It is the favourite saying of any German, whenever it starts to rain. 1,892 more words

Published Articles

Walls and Birds

Here, the sun beats down brighter than in the north, and the air smells of the sea. There is another scent there too– one of stone and golden sand and very fine dust. 373 more words

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Weeks Forty & Forty-One

This is the town where I am going to live next school year. It is full of narrow alleyways and wide piazzas with adorable restaurant patios. 1,216 more words

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Weeks Thirty-Seven through Thirty-Nine

Malta was lovely. It was three weeks ago now, and I still find myself daydreaming of limestone walls and the blue-green waters of the Mediterranean. It was hot and dry like back home, but the sea was much more pleasant. 955 more words

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Saying Goodbye to Uppsala

Tomorrow I head to Stockholm airport with my luggage in tow, postcards down from my walls and safely packed away for my next destination, as I’m leaving Sweden. 1,702 more words

Travel

The story game

My Mundus Journalism 2016-2018 class had a farewell party yesterday. A small party with pizza, beer and wine delivered with a thoughtful lecture of Hans-Henrik Holm. 207 more words

My World

Weeks Thirty-Four through Thirty-Six

Busy! I thought I’d have an easier time this semester, but I’m afraid it is not so. There are more interesting classes offered this time around, but they are also harder and I am finding very little time to myself. 1,113 more words

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