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Letters from Abroad

Jane Feldmann ’15, Abroad Columnist

December 6, 2013

  On Sunday evening, the Dickinson in Bremen program took us all to see a Werder Bremen soccer game at the Weser Stadium.  I am definitely not the person to ask if you want to understand how soccer works – the o...

Letters from Abroad

Janie Feldmann ’15, Abroad Columnist

November 22, 2013

To be honest, if you are going to a city for the beauty, you should not go to Berlin. This city is by no definition beautiful – it is grungy, grey and graffiti-filled. But Berlin has some of the coolest history of any city,...

Letters from Abroad

Meri St. Jean ’15, Abroad Columnist

November 22, 2013

Those of you who actually read this article should be thankful because I am writing this from my sickbed. Yes, ‘tis the season, even in France. Lucky you, dear reader, you get to sniffle in the comfort of the Quarry, or in Dear...

Letters from Abroad

Emily Fineberg ’15, Abroad Columnist

November 22, 2013

In about three weeks, my parents will come here to Spain. I’ve found myself imagining how they’ll react to various aspects of my life in Málaga, and the most interesting part I’ve thought of is the coffee. It’s a pretty...

Letters From Abroad

Matthew Atwood '15, Abroad Columnist

November 22, 2013

The term “long-distance relationship” generally refers to the relationship that one has with their respective significant other, but this term transcends that definition. I have quickly realized that it applies to all of your...

Letters from Abroad

Emily Fineberg ’15, Abroad Columnist

November 14, 2013

Last week, I wrote about being the unofficial Mother Duck of the Málaga group, as if the other Dickinsonians here were my family. This week, when we went on an excursion to Granada and Las Alpujarras, I was a little bit of a...

Letters from Abroad

Janie Feldmann ’15, Abroad Columnist

November 14, 2013

I have been living in Germany long enough that I feel reasonably comfortable talking about the different dialects in the north and the south. Though I have not yet had the opportunity to hear certain regional varieties (such...

Letters From Abroad

Janie Feldman ’15, Abroad Columnist

November 7, 2013

For the past two weeks, Bremen has been host to the annual Freimarkt festival. Otherwise known as Ischa Freimaak, this festival is the second largest in all of Germany next to Oktoberfest. For some reason, I was not expecting...

Letters From Abroad

Emily Fineberg ’15, Abroad Columnist

November 7, 2013

During my freshman year at Dickinson, I went to German table almost every week, which meant that I heard lots of Bremen stories from the seniors who had spent the previous year there. Many of these stories involved Jens Schroeder,...

French Thoughts by Kat

Katherine Swantak ’15, Life & Style Columnist

October 31, 2013

Making the move from Carlisle to Toulouse comes with many changes, especially when it comes to transportation. Let’s face it; you can pretty much walk from Hanover Street to the Carlisle Diner in less than 20 minutes. Here...

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