Guéthary getaway

The south of France is largely known as a summer tourist hotspot. Guéthary, however, seems to have ignored this catering to tourism and stayed loyal to its French roots.
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Follow the fairies

Arts Abroad

We chased the fairies as they skipped and danced across Trinity College’s campus, and eventually they led us to a small glade, where they had set up a makeshift stage.
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3 days: the weight of time in Europe

Arts Abroad

As I look back, I realize that the synthesis of these three trips is my interaction with time. Three days will never be enough to truly experience any city’s art and culture. But the time intrinsic within that art and culture allows one to have a deep connection to those cities’ space.
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Surviving rest of this semester

It’s finally here: one month until the end of the semester. While these next four weeks are bound to fly by, the obstacles standing inbetween you and winter break are daunting. All that’s apparent is that there are bound to be tears, sleepless nights and multiple declarations of running away
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Glimpse into the I-House community

We at the Clog had the pleasure of catching a glimpse into the seemingly insular community at the International House. They were having their weekly coffee hour and the featured country was Korea. With K-pop blasting in the background and eager revelers crowding around the calligraphy table, I-House proved anything
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