Somos ABQ… Illuminate the Good

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It has been a whirlwind of a past couple of weeks guys! Outside of school (and the pressuers that come with it) I’ve been getting ready for graduation, planning my future LSAT date, volunteering, but more interestingly I’ve been collaborating with Somos ABQ in order to spread the word on their upcoming downtown festival on September 23rd.

So if you’ve never heard of them,

SOMOSABQ is a city-wide festival that will showcase the very best Albuquerque has to offer. This year at its pilot event there will be live music entertainment, food vendors, local restaurants & craft brewing, arts and culture organizations, nonprofits, technology companies, and so much more!

So why should you come?

This year’s music line up is all on various stages with differents music genres. Headlining the Indie stage is Minus the Bear, Hip Hop is Deltron 3030, and up on Main Stage is Dillion Francis! (Yes this is for real). If that isn’t enough to get you to come out there will be a craft beer-garden for those of legal age, all food is coordinated by Yelp, and a pop-up art show sponsored by Meow Wolf… And it’s all for $10. This is an event to celebrate what we love about Albuquerque and come together as a community.

 

Since this is a visual event, heres a visual of what you can look forward to… See you there

 

 

Vist http://somosabq.com/ for more information and to see more pictures!

Learning German and Settling in

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One of the main reasons I chose to study abroad was to study a foreign language. Since I already had some prior knowledge of German, I decided it would be best to go to a Germany speaking country. I narrowed it down to Germany and Austria. Having already visited Germany on a couple of different […]

When the Rubber Meets the Road

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So, we have officially been in France for two weeks and what a ride it has been so far. Evangeline started school this week (I will be posting a blog about that after she gets out of school on Friday). There is going to be some real talk in this post because it’s been a […]

Off to a Start!

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I made it to GRAZ! Here’s what I will be waking up to everyday for the next few months:   And here is a picture of my school! This is the main building of the Karl-Franzens Universität, or the University of Graz where I will be studying. The semester here in Europe doesn’t officially start […]

Hardest Semester Ever???

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Hi everyone! Update long overdue. I’m happy to see that Maya is having a great last semester. So I guess this post will be some yin to that yang. I’m a senior! (Again). I have officially begun my last year of undergrad, which is super exciting and terrifying. For this semester I am taking 15 […]

Food, Glorious Food (Part 1)

Alright, so chances are that you don’t think of “glorious food” when you think of Norway. In fact you may not think of food at all, and are now wondering, “What do people even eat there?”  Never fear, because you are about to learn! This series of posts will take you on a tour of some […]

First Week in France…with a toddler

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August 28th (shout out to my brother whose birthday is today HAPPY BIRTHDAY JARED) Well as I write this, it is 7 pm Monday evening. We have been in France for almost a week. I was incredibly unprepared for several things on our flight to France. One which was the fact that I was taking […]