First and foremost, I apologize for being extremely MIA for a while. I would hate to let my fans down, and when I say fans, I mean my father. (I have been informed that he has been printing every post out. Shout out to my biggest/only fan.) A lot has happened between now and my last … Continue reading Keep your friends close, your iPhone closer
This past weekend took a toll. I'm feeling a little under the weather following our best trip to date. And with my first calculus exam coming up, my brain is pretty done as well. London was exhausting but so extremely worth all the late nights and early mornings. Traveling to London was fairly painless. It was … Continue reading So Much to do, So Little Time
DISCLAIMER: This is not going to be an exciting post filled with pictures and talks of food. This is the story of how I went to new heights (literally and figuratively) for a textbook by the name of "American Popular Music from Minstrelsy to MP3", which (not surprisingly) you can not find anywhere in the … Continue reading What I did for a Textbook
I know you are all wondering, "What is a traboule??" Well, I'm going to tell you! Just not right now. After our exciting(?) adventure with transportation on Friday the 13th (see previous post), we arrived in Lyon around 2 am. During off season months, which it just so happens to be, transportation in much … Continue reading Would you like to traboule?
I have never considered myself to be a superstitious person until this past weekend. I looked forward to my first weekend adventure with my roommates immensely. After all, Lyon is considered to be one of the gastronomical epicenters of France! Now don't get me wrong, I really had a great time exploring the beautiful city … Continue reading A Successful Failure
Today may be the first day of 2017, but for me, tomorrow marks the start of a new chapter. In less than 24 hours, I will be waving goodbye to Florida and saying hello to France! My first time travelling to Europe was during the Spring break of my junior year of high school. Little did … Continue reading New Year, New Adventure
Taylor Szafran is a University of Florida student studying abroad for Spring 2017 in Nice, France. To learn more about her program, click here: SKEMA Business School - Engineering. What is your year and academic concentration? I am a first year Industrial and Systems Engineering major, hoping to double major in Event Management. Have you … Continue reading Taylor: Spring in Nice