Dia de Portugal, Camões, e das Comunidades Portuguesas: Part 1

Once upon a time when I was attempting to blog about my summer studying in Portugal, I wrote about Dia de Portugal. Shoutout to my buddy Patrick for remembering my old blog and reminding me of that post and how much it means for me to share this day with people. Unlike the Fourth of […]

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Graduation Hurdles: A Dialogue

Part One: Me: Hi! I have my graduation paperwork for my minor to signed. Office aide: Great, I’ll leave it for Professor [Redacted]. Me: Thanks! (leaves office) *phone rings on elevator ride down* Me: Hello? Office aide: Yeah, your paperwork is incomplete. You need your unofficial transcript and a personal statement. Me: But I didn’t need […]

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The Chase Is On

I like the idea of chasing something that (supposedly) doesn’t exist because even if you don’t catch it, the chase is going to take you to some interesting places. That being said, Atlantis does exist. I know, because that’s where I come from. Geologists will tell you that the Azores Islands were born from volcanic activity caused by […]

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