What Is Art, And What Art Deserves To Be In Museums?

What Is Art, And What Art Deserves To Be In Museums?

“What is art?” A short older lady with graying hair asked the high school intermediate art class. She waited for the small group of students sitting behind art supplies that were laid out on top of long wooden folding tables to slowly raise their hands. She pointed at a girl sitting near the back of [...]

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“R” is for Rome

The last day that I was in Rome, Italy landed, appropriately, on a Sunday. I had been sick that weekend either from travel fatigue or from my fellow travelers suddenly falling ill to what seemed like the plague, and the rain that flooded the streets the night before wasn’t helping at all. A friend of [...]

“M” is for Milan

Loud noises consisting of people yelling in all different languages filled the Italian train station as I took cover from the excruciating heat. I had nothing but my ratty purse, well spent from traveling, and a backpack for my weekend trip to Barcelona, Spain. Written down on a piece of binder paper were walking directions [...]

EuroTrip Recap #StudyAbroad

My last weekend abroad ended with me traveling by myself on a train to Pisa that Friday, on a train to Venice on Saturday with a group of fellow students, and by bus and train to Cinque Terre with a cheap tour guide group. I snapped a lot of pictures, got soaked to the bone [...]

When In Rome #StudyAbroad

I had jumped on a train with scores of other students throughout the entirety of the Study Abroad program and squeezed my way onto an Italian subway next to a man who was playing saxophone with his daughter asking for change. I had to run to keep up with our tour guide, who had to [...]

While Studying Abroad: Benvenuti in Italia

Today, I woke up to my alarm, grabbed my running shorts, and shoes and left my Italian apartment to go running around the Fiume Arno river. The cool breeze brushed my sleepy face as I tried to take it all in. It was then, even after the fourth morning doing so, that I realized I [...]

Easy Peasy Vegetarian Recipes: Vegan Sausage, Olive Oil, Tomato and Basil Pasta #StudyAbroad

So, in honor of my month-long trip to Italy, I thought it would be appropriate to reintroduce some easy Italian-inspire dishes. This pasta recipe is probably the easiest thing you can make, and it'd pretty tasty too. The Vegan Sausage, Olive Oil, Tomato and Basil Pasta dish is really great for a last minute dinner [...]