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The Best Easter Eggs I've Ever Made

Usually, when I think of Easter, I think of morning church services, floral dresses in light pastels, bunny-shaped chocolates and bread, eating quiche, and egg hunts. 1,099 more words


Experience Japan at NDMU

Japanese high school students visit Notre Dame

By Rhea Guzman

Are you in Japanese culture? Do you want to practice your Japanese skills with native speakers? 302 more words


Family Reunions and Bus Tours

Hello from a SUNNY Sofia, Bulgaria!! After the long, cold winter months (which apparently include March here in Eastern Europe), we’ve finally returned to the 75 and sunny weather of my first months here and I am loving it. 2,385 more words



“The tickets are booked!” My hubs shouted. We high-fived over the laptop. We had finally booked our airline tickets to France and Spain for this summer’s big family trip. 848 more words

Lisa Tully

I Miss the Mountains (Plovdiv + Smolyan)

Despite being less than half the size of my home state, Bulgaria has new and fascinating adventures hidden around every corner. Two weekends ago, my host mom, Nadya, and Makana’s host mom, Sevda, decided to take Lily, Makana, Makana’s host sister Devi, and I (Delaney was busy casually becoming coach of the Bulgarian national debate team) on an adventure to explore some of them! 1,906 more words


Foreigners in a foreign place

Lauren Wright ‘19

“Home is wherever my family and friends are. It’s a place where you feel comfortable and surrounded with love”, South Lyon High School junior Annabelle Beck said. 701 more words


Reflecting and Resetting (Mid-Year Orientation)

I love living in Bulgaria. I love the people in my life, the things I do and see every day, and the opportunities I have. … 1,279 more words