The Bicycle Shop

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We all love going to school on our bikes and we all know how easy it is to commute. Bikes are really convenient, and one of the best ways to commute from your apartment or dorm to class. It has helped me to get to my classes on time and when I am running late […]

Relaxing Weekend in this Beautiful State!

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This past weekend, a couple friends and I decided we wanted to go camping! We decided on going to the Jemez Mountains- I was extremely excited for this because I hadn’t been there yet and I had heard nothing but good things about them. One thing was for certain: we had to find hot springs. […]

A Taste of Culture

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Monday¬†night I attended and volunteered at the International Cook-Off, hosted by GEO and the SUB, which was absolutely incredible! ¬†So many people showed up, and were enthusiastic and supportive of all of the international teams! The competing teams were the Czech Republic, Bangladesh, Iran, Japan, India and China. All of them worked all day to […]

15 Food Things Only A New Mexican Would Understand

1. You know the difference between ‘chili’ and ‘chile.’ Chili is a stew with meat and beans. Chile is a vegetable (technically a fruit, but you know what we mean). Chile can be turned into chili, but not vice versa. 2. Shredded iceberg lettuce and tomato are compulsory garnishes. 3. Sopapillas can be eaten for […]

5-7-5

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  Photo of the beautiful Exeter, England A final good-bye A thank you for saving me With me, you will be

New Video Piece

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I had to make a video about visual impact for one of my classes. I had a lot of fun with this one. I showed it to one of my very good friends and he said, “That is so you.”