Reflecting on a month full of infinite amounts of views, memories, inside jokes, foods, music, friends, and languages is not easy, and there is no clear point with which to begin. As I have summarized the main sections of my jaunt through Central and Eastern Europe in other posts, I will use this blog to recap the high- and lowlights (if there even are any) of my month in Europe with my good friend Griffin. While the trip was of a fairly transien
Following a tour of a pair of Europe's greatest cities, the Colorado boys sought a natural retreat. On a bit of a whim we decided on Slovakia and took off back east across the continent. The Tatra Mountains in the center of the country offered a respite from the bustle and commotion of city life, as well as some much needed fresh air.
There always comes a week or two in the semester where mid terms hit you like a frieght train. A tsunami of study guides, study groups, and general studying washes over you. Unlike finals, where everyone is suffering, midterm madness selects a few students at a time to overwhelm before taking the...
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