I know it’s been a while since my last post, but we’re in the midst of finals over here in London. Luckily, I do have another column to tide all my faithful readers over until I get some free time! This one’s about some things I miss from USC. Click below to check it out.
Many of you reading this blog will know that I am from an infamously great (greatly infamous?) city known as fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada, and I think I can speak for my fellow Las Vegans when I claim that sometimes our origins seem to define us. Continue reading
This week’s column asks the toughest question of all questions: Does the world really hate Americans? I’ve thought about it, you’ve thought about it, and now we have a verdict. Click here to find out all the answers:
Hey guys, it’s really been a while. I think the longest we’ve gone without a post since January. I’d like to apologize to my blog followers (Mom and Dad) for not positing in a while.
After my adventures in Edinburgh, I thought I should share some of my newly acquired travel knowledge in my Daily Trojan column. Click the link below to read some hints to making the most of a trip abroad on the DT website.
Cue the bagpipes. I can finally say that I am a true study abroad student because I have officially completed an important right of passage in the life of an American twenty-something-year-old on the continent of Europe. I’m obviously talking about my first weekend trip, complete with backpack. My roommate Jill and I spent an incredible two days in Edinburgh, and I now officially love Scotland. Continue reading
Since I last wrote a post, I’ve achieved a milestone: my first show in London! My roommates and I have been talking about going to a show for weeks since we live about a 10 minute bus ride from the West End, the Broadway of London, and there are some killer student discounts. The only downside is that to get the discounts, you have to get to the box office before 10 a.m. to wait in line, and we are not early risers. Continue reading
This week’s column covers an often overlooked aspect of study abroad: studying. Click to read my thoughts on the Daily Trojan website!
For those of you out there who want to move to London to live a posh life surrounded by royals and rock stars, I have a valuable piece of information that you need to consider before hopping on that plane across the pond: London is really expensive. Continue reading
London is a city full of amazing sights and unique attractions to entertain and amaze tourists from all around the world. There are endless free museums, tons of restaurants, countless shows, etc. Yet it took a class assignment to drag me out of bed this week, and I am proud to say that I actually had a good time. Continue reading