As many of you know, I am bilingual. If you don’t know what that means, it is when one speaks two languages. I speak English and Spanish. Recently I discovered that my first language was actually Spanish, of course, because mom talks to us in Spanish all the time. The cool thing is that once … More Bar-the-lona: Day 1.
I recently came back from a two week trip to Europe and all I can say is that it has been one the most incredible experiences I have had. I have been wanting to write blog posts inspired by my trip and I guess I’ve had writer’s block. There is just so much one could … More How to Plan a Trip Abroad
I haven’t done my research, but I have noticed something. It might just be my friend groups, I don’t know if others do the same. It’s been about 10 years since I got my first cell phone (the chocolate) and I remember when my mom forbid me from going on the internet on it because … More Is Millennial Talk Acronyms Now?
I believe in the social and political equality of the sexes. I didn’t know there were gender boundaries in the world around me until I came to college. I learned about the inequality of pay and experienced the minority of women in a professional field. I’ve heard plenty of people stereotyping feminists into a category … More Women/Feminists
It’s January, it may seem early but you should already have begun your internship search and application. Some deadlines are in early December. Don’t fret, you still have time if you begin now. Search through LinkedIn keywords of the internship you want Get the LinkedIn job search app for you phone (handy) Search on Indeed.com … More Internship Tips
Growing up I didn’t care for politics, horrible I know. As I began college, I was more focused on finding myself and what my career should be, but I realized that a lot of news buzz was coming from fellow classmates and professors. I felt out of the loop and embarrassed that I didn’t know … More What This Election Has Showed Me.
21. That number is so important for most young Americans. I didn’t think I would reach this age so quickly. It’s true what they say, time flies faster than you think. I turned 21 about six months ago and all I can say is that it was three degrees in New York City … More The Twenty-First Summer
It’s a tough world out there. My freshman year of college I didn’t even think of internships or my future (not okay, I know). I thankfully got a side job at a gym with a summer camp job at my old high school. I had nights where I only had five hours of sleep … More Work and Internship Struggles
As a Douglass woman, I am able to join the Global Village program in the Jameson Residence Hall. Each house in the Global Village gets a chance to travel and is fully funded. I am in the Women, Media, and Technology house and we took a trip to New York City for three days and … More Where To Invade Next
I’ve been doing a lot of writing all summer, none for myself. I would like to touch base with some thoughts that have come across my mind the whole time. When it comes to expressing one’s self, we rely a lot on how we physically appear. We like that society and loved ones approve of … More Embark on Your Own Journey