Returning to the USA
Aug27

Returning to the USA

Getting back home was a bit of an adventure. My flight was delayed 2.5 hours, causing me to almost miss my connection back to New York. By some miracle, I made it through customs in Dublin and boarded my plane. Upon arrival I was exhausted, and shocked at just how different things were back home. The main thing being air conditioning/circulation and readjusting to less daylight. Aside from the rush of delayed flights and jet lag,...

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Abroad in Denmark
Jul21

Abroad in Denmark

I was very excited to get to Denmark after 2 weeks of backpacking. Thankfully, I arrived with two friends who were also in the same program, and met up with a few more that first night. After arriving in Copenhagen, I couldn’t help but smile and appreciate how beautiful the city was. The first picture I took was of the canal and colorful houses in Nyhaven. Our first night was an adjustment to how late the sun actually sets, and...

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Pre-departure Eurotrip and Study Abroad Planning
Jun12

Pre-departure Eurotrip and Study Abroad Planning

I’m writing this after walking out of turn at graduation this May. As an engineering student, I participated in the co-op program for 3 rotating semesters, which contribute to why I’m studying abroad to finish up my degree. Thankfully, the department of chemical and biological engineering offers our Unit Operations Lab abroad, which will be my last class of undergrad. My co-op delayed my timing to study abroad, but...

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