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NOLA: Not an Ordinary Lousianna Adventure

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Day 1 (12/20): this idea to go to New Orleans, Louisiana  (NOLA) came up three days before (Sunday) the day before I had nearly called off the trip bc I had fallen ill I drove for 10 hours and stopped in Dallas (Dallas parking lot: sheared my back bumper as I slowly eased off a […]

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Taxi Abduction

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Holy Taxi Abduction May 19, 2016– We all couldn’t fit. The subway was CRAMMED and pocket-pickers galore! On the South (arbitrary cardinal direction) outskirt of the metro subway station was a taxi pickup area where, supposedly, only the legit taxis could pick us up. We split ourselves up into a handful of four people per group […]

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To See or Not to See: Hamlet Review

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“There are more things in heaven and earth…than are dreamt of in your philosophy” until I saw Hamlet. For those that do not know, Hamlet is one of Shakespeare’s most illustrious plays. It tells a tragedy of a man named Hamlet seeking to avenge his father’s death, which ultimately leads to his own demise. Creation Theatre’s […]

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Stonehenge – Classic Rocks

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Today I decided to visit some 25 ton rocks. bus driver notifying us that the lsat tour bus would come around 7pm and if it didn’t then they could lie in the soft pasture we walked towrd the mintuare huts thwere they assumed the cavemen(?) would live. little tipies were buitl with straw and caly–so […]

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First British Theatre Review

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“Where are you REALLY from,” Sellman-Leava’s voice booms as he imitates another peer; his voice echoes off the walls of the small theatre. Joe Sellman-Leava is the writer and star of a solo show called “Labels”, which chronicles his raw and authentic story as a mixed-heritage boy growing up on the rural side of England […]

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First British Theatre Review

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“Where are you REALLY from,” Sellman-Leava’s voice booms as he imitates another peer; his voice echoes off the walls of the small theatre. Joe Sellman-Leava is the writer and star of a solo show called “Labels”, which chronicles his raw and authentic story as a mixed-heritage boy growing up on the rural side of England […]

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Smitten by Britain

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There are many cultural differences between America and England. For one there’s the money: The British and the Americans have many different cultural aspects, but one aspect in particular is the way the British use their money. Firstly, British pounds come in different colors, sizes and shapes. Taxes here are included, not added. Tipping is […]

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Let’s Give It a Shot at the Purple Turtle

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slow and steady wins the race a couple of my friends and I decided to go try out a pub (For my first time) in oxford (since we are of drinking age) the first pubs we walked into..i had left my ID back in my dorm after retrieving it, we went out again and this […]

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Oxford Lungs

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A couple days ago, I’ve acquired the “Oxford Lungs”. It’s an euphemism for saying that I have caught a cold. The built up stress (from falling behind in class), eating too much (yes i consider this a factor), and the weather (drastically colder than Italy and the states). During the second week, I’ve been trapped […]