Half Way There!

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So, now that midterms are officially over for me, I am officially done with my first half of my Senior year! This semester has been relatively easy, until the last couple of weeks. I am also about to start up my second 8 week course, Lobo Gardens. Lobo Gardens is a C&J class that works […]

Spring is here!!

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Spring is finally here and I’m loving the flowers. Hope you are too! Have an incredible week!!

Spring Break in the Windy City

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  SPRING BREAK- CHICAGO EDITION 2017My Spring Break was one for the books. I decided to visit my best friend in Chicago for five days. Let me just say, if you love the city but also enjoy quiet moments, you’d love Chicago. It’s the perfect mix of peaceful and bustling, and don’t even get me started […]

Internship Dreaming

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With graduation rapidly approaching, I am gearing up the resume for internships and jobs. I have even applied to a few out of state. Those are usually temporary and dream jobs but hey nothing ventured nothing gained. I want to hit the ground running. I want what most of us came to college for: a […]

Weird School Supplies

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Being a fine arts major means having weird school related expenses. This time it was headphones for a sound class. My earbuds were simply not going to cut it. I think the weirdest thing I have ever bought for a class was the supplies for an 8′ window on stilts. Try explaining that to the […]

Cute coffee shops to do homework in

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Coffee shops- the college student’s best friend. You go in, buy a latte, sit down with your laptop, and crack down on assignments and studying. Albuquerque does an amazing job at providing us the coffee shops we need, and they are also aesthetically appealing. Some people don’t know about these shops, despite their wonderfully cliché […]

Shoes Inhibit the Imagination

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Tetouan is a stunning, but strange city for a weekend hiking trip. Looking past the mountain vistas, wooded hills and the terraced souq, I noticed a startling amount of untreated mental illness. Tetouan’s resources are probably like any other city in Morocco, but a cursory observation left me quite saddened. The numbers of homeless/beggars in […]