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Au Revoir ~for now~

During my umpteenth time showing family and friends photos from my adventures abroad, one family friend advised, “You ought to take notes on these...
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My Last Days in Europe

As I write these words, I’m sitting in the airport in Dublin (where I’ve had to go through security twice since stepping off the...
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A Very International Thanksgiving

Many of the apartments that our fellow students live in are pitifully small. My roommate Kelsey and I, along with our flatmate Sofia, were...
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Frenchness: a series of haikus

What does “Frenchness” mean Well, it is complicated Come to France and see Fashion is unique Based on individual But French is better —...
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How to be Parisian: Market Edition

Markets are the spot to smell, see, and taste Paris. They represent authentic French culture, free from tourists and Disneyland pretence. As Rick Steves,...
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The Ivies of Paris

“Look around you. It is very likely that those French students among you will go onto l’École Nationale d’Administration. They will be the future...
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Living in the City of Lights

It’s now been one month since I landed in Paris, and it’s been a whirlwind. Although I was told that France would be an...
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A Cold Return to Evanston

Christian Dayal, Public Health in Europe, Fall 2014 After spending a semester abroad in Paris, coming back to Evanston has been quite the experience....
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Retour aux États-Unis

Cory Goldman, NU in Paris, Fall 2014 As of today, I’ve been back in the United States for around two and a half months....
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I don’t want to leave!

Audrey Telfer, Sciences Po Exchange, Fall 2014 I am now firmly in the second half of the semester at Sciences Po. We just had...
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