Until last summer, I hadn’t been to Maine in years. After a not so great experience as a kid,
I was in no rush to visit. But my mom and sister had gone on vacation there a few years in a row and I was ready to see what I’d been missing out on.
Continue reading “The Maine Course”
Spanish was my language elective from middle school through my freshman year of college, yet when I studied abroad in Barcelona, Spain in the summer of 2014, the most Spanish I spoke was to order my daily coffee.
“Cafe con leche para llevar por favor.” Continue reading “Bienvenidos A Barcelona”
This time last year I was sending in my final housing deposit to spend two months in Washington D.C. for the summer. I’m not very political and I live in New York so why I’ve always been drawn to the District is something I didn’t really understand. I had only been there once before, on a class field trip junior year of high school, but in only a matter of weeks I had been accepted into a program, hired for an internship, and was on my way to one of the best summers of my life. Continue reading “A Monumental Summer”
New Orleans was never a city that was on my radar. At least not until junior year when I joined the marketing club. The American Marketing Association (AMA) hosts their annual collegiate conference every spring in New Orleans and our chapter used this conference as an incentive to entice members to work hard and participate all year long. Your reward? 5 days in New Orleans. Continue reading “The NOLA Experience”