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Unwinding in Hawaii

As I am sitting in my childhood room in the village where I grew up, the feeling is slowly sinking in; this year did come to an end. The tasks that await the returning Kellner scholar are bearable, which makes … Continue reading

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Exploring New England

The second semester has kicked off at Trinity as well (actually we’re almost halfway through, next week is midterms already). The classes I’m taking are simply amazing. I decided to enroll in four of them; in American National Government, we … Continue reading

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‘Tis the season of snowmen and mono

Ever since I arrived at Trinity, I had this funny feeling that somehow I ended up in the PG-13 edited version of a Game of Thrones episode, with considerably less bloodshed and nudity. The Trinity equivalents of the noble houses … Continue reading

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To Do List for Mundane Fall Days

With heart pounding hard, screaming my lungs out on the world’s biggest roller coasters and admiring the Massachusetts fall scenery from the world’s tallest swing ride at Six Flags: check. Walking around in haunted houses wishing that I had read … Continue reading

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Where do squirrels go in winter?

That’s a rhetorical question, I don’t know. One thing that I learned at Trinity is that my friends at home don’t like listening to me going on and on about how amazing it is that it’s 27 degrees in the … Continue reading

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Hungarians, Fungarians

Hi everyone, my name is Istvan Barati, and I’ll be showering you with posts for the next two semesters from the Trinity grounds. In Hungary I study Applied Economics at ELTEcon, and after my year at Trinity I still have … Continue reading

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