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The flowering agave in Mexico are impressive, these specifically were about 15 feet tall! Before I went on study abroad, I would have called these giant aloe plants. Along with that, I would not have had the mind to warn anyone that the drink that comes from this plant is one to be respected! [READ MORE]

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It is difficult to say I have a favorite course this semester. Between two Spanish seminars, an introduction to international studies and an introduction to global politics, my semester is a diverse one. However, what I have liked most about this semester (apart from the great fall we had!) is how my classes have been […] [READ MORE]

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These were some very bright flowers I found outside of a hostel in the state of Oaxaca. This picture reminds me, in facing the oncoming winter, to keep things bright! [READ MORE]

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Food is the greatest. It identifies us culturally, it can make us feel home, it can bring people together, and on the flip side it can test your poker face when someone who put hours into a failure of a dish looks at you expectantly. Interestingly, it’s not just our tongues that makes eating such […] [READ MORE]

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After coming back from my study abroad in Mexico I was searching and searching and searching for real tacos. It wasn’t until I found Mr. Burrito off of Welch and Lincoln that I finally made it back home – they are the most legit tacos I’ve found since being back state-side! [READ MORE]

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