A Study in Bread: My First Weeks in Paris

300-year-old covered passage feat. Andrea!
A few days ago, I was eating lunch in the local boulangerie when a man came in and yelled, “Five baguettes, s’il vous plait!” Needless to say, we were all impressed. At that moment, I decided to dedicate my second blog post to my first impressions of France, using my handy-dandy baguette experience scale. One baguette: This could totally be America. Five baguettes: Vive la Fran...
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Studying Abroad in Melbourne, Australia: The Flight, the Frenzy, and the Folly

G'day mates! I write from the beautiful but rather cold city of Melbourne, Australia to report back my (hopefully) numerous and fantastic adventures during my study abroad semester! My term starts near the end of July, (we have various orientations to take up the time before then), and ends mid-November, so I have plenty of time to travel around and get a feel of the Aussie ...
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Move-In Day – Storyifying It Up

Pomona College has many students and staff members using Twitter, Facebook and other sites to share their days--Dean Miriam Feldblum, the Orientation Committee, the Office of Campus Life and many people and offices in Smith Campus Center, including Director Chris Waugh. In honor of Move-In Day, that momentous and fun day when incoming freshman arrive on campus, we've use...
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