One of my favorite parts about my abroad hometown are the jogs. A quick jog takes me up a hill to a gorgeous view of the French Riviera, the Mediterranean and...

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“We are not makers of history. We are made by history.” – Martin Luther King The air, the grass, the trees, they were all normal but there was something about that...

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This one’s for the bakery window-shoppers, teasing those madeleines from the street. It’s for the ones like me, for whom biting into a mystery food could be like opening pandora’s box. I...

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Last night, a few of my friends came to my apartment to make dinner. We put a little extra effort to choosing our foods by going to the fromagerie for a...

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If you ever find yourself in Aix-en-Provence, I suggest that you  have a celebratory dance party because this city is a babe and treat yo’self. I’ve compiled a little list below...

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I wake up on a Thursday for my 8 am class executing the same morning routine that I have had for years, put on the pink sweater I bought in 2014,...

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Maps, ordering an Uber, emergency calls and an occasional social media update: I depend on my iPhone to guide me throughout my time abroad. One can, therefore, imagine my panic when...

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Home is a place where one lives that they know well. When you decide to move to another country, you decide to make a foreign land your well known place. The problem...

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CEA provides a few excursions throughout our semesters abroad and this Spring, CEA Paris has taken us to a couple places including Chantilly, France, which is only a 25 minute train...