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The Dreaded Exposé

Audrey Telfer, Sciences Po Exchange, Fall 2014   I have become all too familiar with the dreaded exposé. It was the first thing they...
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Strikes: The French Way of Life

Audrey Telfer, Sciences Po Exchange, Fall 2014 The French love their strikes. Last Sunday, I was sitting in my homestay’s living room finishing up...
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French rudeness and Artisanal Pride

Romain Sinclair, Sciences Po Exchange, Fall 2013 The service industry in France, or at least Paris, seems to have fundamentally different goals than that...
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Going out in style

Amy Glazier-Torgerson, Sciences Po Exchange, Fall 2013 This is my last week in Paris and I want to make it one of my best....
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Hosting and Being Hosted

Amy Glazier-Torgerson, Sciences Po Exchange, Fall 2013 I always knew that I wanted a home stay to be a key piece of my semester...
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Paris Is Not All That France Has To Offer

Abby Reudelsterz, European Union Studies, 2013 Over the past three months, I’ve been lucky enough to call Paris my home as well as my...
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Studying at Sciences Po

Amy Glazier-Torgerson, Sciences Po Exchange, Fall 2013 Normally, course registration is an exciting time for me at Northwestern. I love browsing through the course...
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America, you seem different. Did you cut your hair or something?

By Jasmine Jones, Public Health in Europe, Fall 2012 Well, it’s been a couple weeks since I’ve been back in the states and believe...
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