Posts Tagged: travel

The Inconclusive Conclusion

By Michael Hernandez, Public Health in Cuba, Summer 2012 Today begins my last first day of college. It’s hard to believe that it was this time three months ago that I was settling in on my second week in Havana, the second week of my first time studying abroad. As I sit in Evanston’s Unicorn… Read more »

The Beauty of the Conversation

By Avra Shapiro, Public Health in Cuba, Summer 2012 Somehow, two months have passed, and we’re leaving tomorrow. I’ve been thinking a lot about what I’m going to take away from my time here. Everything I’ve gained has come from the people, the Cuban people, with whom I’ve been lucky to interact. It is the… Read more »

What We Leave Behind

By Claire Williams, Public Health in Cuba, Summer 2012 As I walked into his room at 3:43 this morning to say goodbye, my older brother rolled over and sleepily blinked at me. “You’re leaving now?” He asked. “But it’s so early!” The surprise in his voice was evident. I’m not exactly known as a morning… Read more »