Field Research

Education abroad doesn’t necessarily have to happen in the classroom, and going out into the field (a literal one in my case!) can help you understand what you have learned in the classroom in a real-world context. Applying the knowledge I have gained in my medical anthropology class to be able to interview people and... Continue Reading →

Diver-City

America is often described as a “melting pot” of cultures from all over the world fusing together, and it’s easy to see the diversity right in front of your eyes. It is a country full of people from different countries, ethnic backgrounds, and religions all coexisting, and it is a beautiful thing. Some University of... Continue Reading →

Hall of Frames

Art is literally everywhere in India, and Hyderabad is a great city to explore the rich arts culture of India because it celebrates the artistic expression of all people in both formal and informal contexts. You can spend hours walking around and getting lost in the art at the Telangana State Gallery of Art, Salar... Continue Reading →

Cycle-ogy 101

Let’s just say that over that last few years, my interest in bike riding has severely declined. I used to LOVE riding my pink bike with streamers, feeling the wind in my hair and ringing my bell to let all the neighbors know that these were MY streets and they were just living on ‘em.... Continue Reading →

The Sixth Love Language is Food

Indians have a sixth love language: food. My best friend claims that “It’s entirely clear that the love languages being represented are acts of service (making food for your family) and quality time (eating with said family)!” But I wholeheartedly believe that this phenomenon is on such a different level that it deserves its own... Continue Reading →

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