When you pass an event horizon, I’d say it’s about impossible to realize. Say, the halfway point, that could be halftime during the game. Now, it’s easy to see that, but when the teams disperse, they take with them the efforts of half the game, and they return, ready to give another half. But that … Continue reading Horizons
Well, the end is coming up. I'm set to leave on January 26th, but before I do, I want to get in some more content and thoughts. A lot of time has passed since the Golan trip, and thinking back on that gap, it's difficult for me to pinpoint specific events or sights that kind … Continue reading Good Times, Good Memories
So, Sukkot break for me, well, felt a bit like a void. That’s the first word that comes to mind because it feels to me like I haven’t been in a true university setting, as far as classes are concerned, since this past spring semester at the University of Florida. So, having a break for … Continue reading Sukkot Break – A Bridge to Sanity
Interested in learning about the University of Florida's incredible study abroad program at the University of Haifa? If so, great! If not, get interested now, because at the Study Abroad Fair in the Reitz Union, Sept. 21-25, you'll have an amazing opportunity to speak with one of Haifa's own, Michal Gotlib, Social Activities Coordinator at the University of Haifa. She … Continue reading Haifa Meets Gainesville!
So, its been awhile since my last post, so I want to go through some things that have come up recently. I started University of Haifa's Study Tour this past week. We began with a couple of lectures, then we went on our first field tour. One of the sites we went to was Nazareth, … Continue reading Study Tour Start
So, a quick post is in order, to keep things moving. It's crazy how time passes, no matter where you are, or what you're doing. Ulpan, a 4 week program, is almost over, and while it doesn't seem like I just got here, it feels like I ought to have seen or done a lot … Continue reading Weekend of August 19th