APS Division of Plasma Physics

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The University of New Mexico has offered me more opportunities than I would have ever expected. In New Mexico, there is the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) and two Federally funded research and development centers (FFRDC), Sandia National Laboratories and Los Alamos National Laboratory with AFRL and Sandia no more than 15 minutes away from […]

*Spanish Video* Trip to Busan Part 1!

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Hello Lobos! I’ll be including one of my Spanish speaking study abroad videos this week! Today I’ll be taking you through the beach city of Busan, South Korea. We’ll explore Gwangang beach, the areas of Haeundae, and eat a delicious seafood soup. Check out more of my vlogs here. Get to know me more here.

November 31st, 2019

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Quick update, 2 weeks ago I found a cheap ticket to Peru so I bought it and well, here I am, at a karaoke bar in the Centró Histórico del Cusco en Peru. It is certainly different here, beautiful nevertheless. I recommend that whatever city you visit that you go to a karaoke bar and […]

Happy Halloween From Quebec

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BOOOOOOOooooooOOOoooo happy Halloween! Halloween has always been one of my favorite holidays. When I was younger Halloween was a family event. We never focused on gore or fear for the holiday but rather the festivity of pumpkins and the nights getting longer. For many years, my family has made a collective effort to come up […]

Thanksgiving in Canada and Homesickness

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After a week of visitors and a Canadian Thanksgiving, I sat in front of my computer and settled in to study for midterms. I am happy to have something to keep me focused on why I am here.  Starting the week off with being invited to a Thanksgiving with some friends I had made from […]

All the Food! A Scottish Sampler

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This week’s post will cover some Scottish staples. There’s a lot of Scottish culinary delights to try, here are some of the ones I’ve tried so far. Shortbread: Scottish shortbread is a must-try. It’s eaten for dessert or with tea. It is essentially a thick cookie with a buttery, yet not too sweet taste. These […]

Jueves Cultural

October has been quite a stressful month considering that we just had midterms this past week. One thing I tend to do when it comes to exams or college in general is doubt myself and my abilities. In school it is easy to get carried away with the stress and pressure that comes with being a […]