Grenoble!

I went to Grenoble this past weekend with two of my friends from the UC EAP Language and Culture Program, as a spur of the moment idea just so we would be out of Lyon for a weekend. Since the program is starting to come to a close (eeep!!) we are all starting to get […]

Thanksgiving Update

So, on Thanksgiving this year, I spent it with the entire UC EAP group! Although the portions were small, and their vegetarian options were pretty not that amazing, the night was really fun! It was good to be surrounded by all English speaking people, and a nice reassuring moment that we are all in this […]

Well Guys, I Have Some News…

When I first came to France, I wasn’t really that excited about it. I mean, I was excited but I knew that I would just come back home after a few months, and who really cares about the French language, ammirite? It probably happened somewhere around the middle of October when the other students were […]

Toussaint: Berlin

Hallo again! This post is going to be all about the time that I spent in Berlin, but unfortunately for me, I was only there for about two days before I had to come home to Lyon (still not a bad place to HAVE to come back to; I mean, look at this). Berlin is […]

Toussaint: Prague

Okay, I am finally getting around to writing posts for the Toussaint week even though I have been back for two weeks…sorry about that! Classes are really busy after a break because they want to be able to cram in two weeks worth of information into one day of class, so I’ve been listening to […]

Field Trip to Cluny

Okay, I promise that my three posts talking about where I went for Toussaint will be coming soon, but for now, I wanted to give you all a little update on where my Histoire d’Art class went for the weekend on our field trip. Unfortunately for us, it was raining almost all day (except for […]

Toussaint: Barcelona

Before we begin: three things. First of all, Barcelona is beautiful! Second of all, Barcelona is CRAZY. Third of all, Barcelona has a bunch of political and cultural problems that I didn’t even know existed (which is kind of upsetting since my major is International Studies with an emphasis in EUROPE). Okay, first things first. […]