Japanese Culture Event! =D

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Hey everyone! The past two weeks have been so much fun, and educational at the same time. So first the educational stuff. For my history class I was assigned to visit a temple and do a report on it. This temple was called the Tsukiji Hongan-ji temple and the history on it was interesting in […]

Dead Week

So, it’s dead week, and let me tell you, this year’s dead week is hitting me like a brick. I’ve basically moved into Zim, and I’m surviving off of coffee and Red Bull. Luckily for me, my classes don’t have any multiple-choice exams, so finals week will be a breeze for me. Unluckily for me, […]

Some Thanksgiving time thoughts…

One of the interesting things that you learn when traveling abroad is that your sense of time gets screwed to all heck. Time goes slow, then it goes fast, then you wake up at 3pm, then you are waking up at 5am to catch a flight, and suddenly it’s 8pm on the day that is […]

What does it take to study abroad?

My mom actually suggested the topic for this blog post. It’s not that I don’t have things that I can write about, but I thought this topic could be potentially more interesting than me telling you how, even in Spain, professors make you write papers in groups and do presentations. (If you are surprised about […]

Getting Settled In

Hola everyone! My greetings from Spain to wherever you are. Timezones are wack man. I mean if I want to get anything done in the United States now I have to wait until at least 2pm if not closer to 4pm Spanish time, but then by the time things are actually being put into motion […]

Pre-Departure (Packing, Housing, etc.)

Introduction Hey! Welcome to mi casa, my blog, or whatever you want to call it. I figured that I might as well do a little introduction of myself (that goes a little deeper than the Q&A on my profile) for those of you that need a recap of the famous Miguel Sabol (jk not that […]

¡Hasta la próxima!

Well friends, I am excited to let you know that I have successfully finished my undergraduate studies at UNM! In a few weeks (well more like 8 or 12) I’ll be receiving my diploma in a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and I am elated. I am so grateful to have had the opportunity […]