Perhaps one of the greatest (i.e., most useful) things the former British Empire has given us is the proliferation of the English language. As a native speaker...Read More
I knew I'd have a good time in KL. I knew I'd eat amazing foods and see breathtaking sights. I knew I'd meet a bunch of different people, learn about a new culture, and come home a little wiser for it. What I didn't know...Read More
I like to think of myself as an adventurous, confident person who knows her limits. I'm always willing to try new things, even if I'm not completely sure what I'm doing, but I also know when to say no. But sometimes I underestimate myself, as we all tend to do, and every time I'm wrong and end up doing something that I had previously ruled out, it ends up being a great decision.Read More
As of next weekend, it will have been six months since I graduated from the University of Chicago.
Honestly, it's still a little bizarre to think that I'm no longer a college student, that I actually have my weekends free to do what I want without having to worry about readings or homework, that my life no longer revolves around tests and essays, that I'm - gulp - almost 23. But perhaps the weirdest thing of all is the fact that I have no idea when the next time I'll be back in Chicago is.Read More