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Reverse Itinerary: Rome (Part 2)

Here’s my “reverse” itinerary for Rome–not what I planned on doing, but what I actually did! (This is Part 2. Part 1 is here.) Thursday, Nov. 21st, Day Four: I woke up on this Thursday ready to see some ancient sites. My plan of action was to wander around ruins until I literally couldn’t walk […]

Ten Things: Rome

This is the fourth in a series of entries, in which I list ten things I want to see or do in various European cities. These lists are not meant to be inclusive or ranked, just a sampling of things I am looking forward to! Check out my lists for Vienna, Copenhagen, and London.  (All images […]

Language Learning: German and Latin

This semester at Agnes Scott, I have been lucky enough to take two foreign language classes–German and Latin–and I have been so excited about the ways that they inform and enhance each other. Notate Bene: Excited, not surprised. Learning across different academic disciplines and specializations has characterized my college education. I am a proud proponent […]

Wer?/Who?

I am twenty-three years old, and a recent graduate of Agnes Scott College in Decatur, GA. Agnes Scott has a fantastic Year 5 program, which allows students who graduate in four years the chance to take a fifth year of classes, tuition free. So, for the 2012-2013 school year, I have been continuing studies in my two […]