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Category: Academics

Sciences Po Associations

Stepping into la Péniche at 27 rue de Saint Guillaume, the main building at Sciences Po, can feel like stepping into a crowded train...
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Observing

The first few weeks of this trip have been a flurry of paperwork and a healthy dose of confusion, chock full of conversations with...
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Les Demoiselles d’Avignon

During my trip to Barcelona I stayed in the Gothic neighborhood (which I highly recommend) and went on a free walking tour offered by...
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Ready for Istanbul (?)

Merhaba! I can picture it already, alone in Istanbul Ataturk Airport, completely and utterly lost. I try to decipher the signs using my copy...
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Taiwan to Hong Kong

by Ann Ku Hi! I’m Ann, a junior at Northwestern studying Industrial Engineering. Though I’m getting ready to travel to Hong Kong, it’s already...
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A Summer to Remember

In my room I have a map of Berlin on the wall. I have it there to remind me of the adventures and experiences...
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Since I’ve been gone…from Mexico

Well it is now September and school is starting up. In my family September signifies more than the start of school – it is...
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Weimar About a Week Ago

The air tastes different in Berlin. It’s also different in Weimar, another city which we paid a visit. When we got to Weimar, the...
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Life Abroad

To me, Berlin is a great city. Walks about the canal, lots of public transit, and döner kebap make up a lot of experience,...
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#OPENSTELLENBOSCH… but is it actually closed?

On one of our museum trips, we watched a short documentary about the Soweto Uprising. We had the opportunity to watch real footage of...
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