Life after Vienna.

It’s been a little over one month since I returned home from Vienna. I packed my bags, said my goodbyes, and jumped on a plane to the land of the free and the home of the brave. As much as I was excited to see my family and few close friends, I was not yet … Continue reading Life after Vienna.

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Krakow, Auschwitz and the unfortunate fate of 1.5 million Jews.

At the very beginning of the semester I signed up to go to Krakow, Poland, with my university's Buddy Network. It was to last four days and three nights, and would include a tour of the Tyskie Brewery, a guided city tour, optional Polish dinners, a trip the the Auschwitz Death Camp and summer sledding … Continue reading Krakow, Auschwitz and the unfortunate fate of 1.5 million Jews.

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"Your car is German. Your vodka is Russian. Your pizza is Italian. Your kebab is Turkish. Your democracy is Greek. Your coffee is Brazilian. Your movies are American. Your tea is Tamil. Your shirt is Indian. Your oil is Saudi Arabian. Your electronics are Chinese. Your numbers Arabic, your letters Latin. And you complain that … Continue reading CHANGE