This week saw the Conference on World Affairs descend on Boulder. Featuring speakers from all over the world, the Conference places four speakers each on panels to discuss topics ranging from politics to astronomy to storytelling. The event takes place on the CU campus and features the largest non-athletic attendance in Boulder per year, with over 100,000 attendees over the course of the week.
Over spring break, I used a much needed week to relax and recharge for the final push of the semester. After finishing homework and taking care of some loose ends, I tagged along with my family to New York City for three nights. My sister, an exceptional junior at Boulder High School, was visiting colleges in the city, and the opportunity for a short vacation presented itself.
Tomorrow marks another installment of Passover. Per tradition, I will be observing the holiday in Denver with my large extended family. The annual Nathanson seder never fails to produce ample amounts of reflection, controversy, and great food. Needless to say, I am as excited as always.
The past two weeks and the two weeks ahead are full of "lasts" for me. I feel like I am constantly seeking "firsts" in my life (and especially shared on this blog!) such as my first time to Trader Joes, Dunkin' Donuts, a new hiking trail, a new campus event, etc. But with graduation soon...
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