April 22nd is Earth Day. Yes, I am a tad tardy to the celebration. But, I see no better way to celebrate than by sharing adventures this planet has provided me throughout March and April. Abisko, Sweden Abisko: Traveling 17 hours north of Stockholm by train, a group of friends and I made it to … More Traversing Around
Imagine, you have just arrived in Stockholm by teleportation machine. The sun is beginning to peek over the horizon. You stand in the streets of a neighborhood, and see a brightened kitchen. In the kitchen, a red-headed young lady is making breakfast. Curious about the area, you knock on the door and a “Catey” answers. … More Stick with Me – A Day in the Life!
Watch out world, I’m joining the circus. No, not really. I’m not thattttt skilled with when it comes to balance. I am talented enough to stand on one foot and throw a ball up and down, but I am not super skilled at keeping my life in a state of balance. This lack of balance … More Walking a Tightrope
Have you picked up on the word play in my title?Field trips exist in college! Last week, I went on a field trip with my Core Course of Public Health and Migration to the Swedish city of Gothenburg (Göteborg in Swedish). Core Course Week is a week approximately one month into a DIS student’s semester … More GOt to THE (N) BURG – Core Course Week
What comes to mind when you hear (in this case, read) the word, portrait? If you are like me, then you probably thought, first, of a painting; then of someone’s head; and, likely, of some shoulder action too. Get ready…because your mind is about to be blown. A portrait is so much more than the … More Strike A Pose
What is studying abroad in Europe if one doesn’t travel at least a bit? Prior to this past weekend, never had I ever… Sailed across the Baltic Sea Cruised during the winter Enjoyed being a tourist with no plan Played the game, Telephone, in 7 languages Had so much fun in a tiny stateroom Eaten … More Whatever Floats Your Boat