Around the city, in the midst of the city, on the outskirts of the city… We wander and we wonder at where the time has gone, as the days get hotter and the days left in Buenos Aires get shorter. Just a month ago, we were still wearing sweatshirts… And now that it’s November, we are walking down the street nearly sweating! Appreciating this warmth before leaving Buenos Aires in only a few weeks, then back to the winter we go! Viv S. is the Fall 2017 MOJO…

Yes, indeed, it is possible to bike in this bustling city! Moreover, there is a free (gratis) 24-hour bike-share available to locals and tourists in the city; it is called Ecobici. There are about 200 stations located throughout the city which hold these green bikes. All you need to do is sign up at a local municipality office to get your VOS card, which you then scan at any Ecobici station to unlock a bicycle. [Some disclaimers: It can be difficult to find a station equipped with bicycles at certain hours and…

I can remember, as a kid, my dad coming home from work and saying “Let’s see what happened in the world today”. This meant inevitably we would be watching the news, and for a 10 year old that was akin to torture. At the time, I hated it, but now I realize that I was actually being taught to think critically about current events and politics. Fast forward ten years or so, and I’m majoring in Political Science and Spanish, while studying abroad in Granada, Spain. With Spanish…