Study Abroad, de Verdad

Monday I wake up around 8:30 and attempted to finish the last question of my Uncertainty Analysis (UA) (what a fancy name for statistics) problem set. The question, however, doesn't make much sense and seems pretty irrelevant in the grand scheme of both the class material and my life, so I just jot down a... Continue Reading →

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Halfway There

I hope the little voice inside your head started belting Bon Jovi, because mine just did. One semester down, one to go! January was probably the most disjointed month yet. I went from Christmas break to more class with the second round of prelims to final exams to a week of break (an actual break this... Continue Reading →

The Smaller Joys

Since this didn't make it into my last post, please enjoy this picture of my 12-year-old mini-me and I attempting to take a picture with both of our spirit/second favorite animal (an otter!) in Lisbon because coincidentally their family was vacationing there the exact weekend I was there so we went to the Oceanarium together!... Continue Reading →

Letting Go: Lisbon

I have both good news and bad news. The bad news is that I'm kinda behind on this blog because November=exams. The good news is that I had my first exam this week in Geotechnical Engineering and I was the first to finish so hopefully that means I knew my stuff! If that happened at... Continue Reading →

Spanish–>Gaelic–>French??

This week was the last bit of play before all the work sets in. Last Monday I took my final exams for the intensive Spanish course that consisted of a written grammar test and an oral presentation. I thought the grammar portion was quite easy and I got one of the highest scores in the... Continue Reading →

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