As I just wrote that I am having trouble believing it is actually November! It seems like this semester is slipping through my fingers. I was looking through my calendar today and I can’t believe that Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and then after that, finals will here! It is amazing how quickly time goes by.
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A fun fact for all you geography buffs out there: the city of Istanbul is actually on two different continents. Divided between Europe and Asia, the city is bisected by the Bosphorus Strait, a narrow body of water that connects the Black Sea to the north with the Sea of Marmara to the south.
This week has been a blast! Even though Thanksgiving and Christmas are my two favorite holidays since its time to spend with family, Halloween is one of the best holidays to celebrate here at CU Boulder. Almost everyone dresses up in some sort of costume over multiple days! Since Halloween fell on a Thursday this year, CU students and Boulder celebrates Halloween Thursday-Saturday. When I was walking around campus on the Thursday (Halloween), there were tons of students dressed up in scary, funny, and just weird costumes!
It’s the last week of October which means things are getting really interesting in Boulder as well as in the United States as a whole. There are so many great things happening simultaneously, so I want to give you all list of what makes this week one of the best weeks of the entire year.
Despite how crazy busy this time of the semester has been, I still made time for celebrating Halloween. And in case you were wondering, I ended up wearing a pair of Minnie Mouse ears and a black dress for the few events I attended at which I dressed up - I wanted to dress for the occasion, but not...
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