Monthly Archives: December 2012

Thanksgiving in San Francisco

It was a long time ago that for Thanksgiving we went to San Francisco for a week with Orsi. San Francisco is a legendary place for many reasons and a very special city for me as my uncle and cousins … Continue reading

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East Coast Road Trip Part 2.

In the evening we arrived to Boston. It was Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, when people gather in malls to find the best deals of the year. One of our primary goals in Boston was to visit the campus … Continue reading

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East Coast Road Trip Part 1.

Thanksgiving is one of the major holidays in the US. Traditionally, they celebrate the successful harvest on the last Thursday of November. This time everyone goes home to their families. We had a 5 days long thanksgiving break in the … Continue reading

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World Savvy interview So if anyone is interested about  how an internship looks like in NYC, here is an interview with me about my internship at World Savvy, which I absolutely enjoyed! World Savvy is an educational  non-profit focusing on global … Continue reading

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The New York list

Last week in New York—and we have a huge bucket list, with places to visit and, although this is less voluntary, essays to write. New York has been pretty intense. There is lots of energy going on here, and you … Continue reading

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Senior Snowball and Greek Life at Trinity

The Senior Snowball is clearly the best event of the year for the seniors of Trinity College. The Snowball is on the last weekend of the Fall Semester every year. It is organized by the college and the fraternities together. … Continue reading

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I have only written a handful of posts, and we are already here, facing the end of the semester getting very close. We have two weeks left, plus this weekend, so I’m trying to make the most out of it. … Continue reading

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