Election Day: The Experiment of Democracy

I remember the day I learned that Spain had lived a Civil War in the 20th century, and I remember learning that the country had been ruled by a dictator, Francisco Franco. I was 10 years-old sitting on my Spanish grandparent's floor the summer of 2005 watching T.V. as my Abuelo repaired something that had … Continue reading Election Day: The Experiment of Democracy

Emily’s Parisian Fantasy: 10 Things Emily in Paris Got Wrong

When Sex and the City ended its series with Carrie Bradshaw in Paris, the city of love, I didn't really expect for Darren Star to try to take on the city again. Don't get me wrong, even though Sex and the City has a lot of issues throughout the series, it was a show I … Continue reading Emily’s Parisian Fantasy: 10 Things Emily in Paris Got Wrong

Young and Abroad: A Student’s Take on the French Lockdown

It starts with rumors and whispers. “It is just like the flu”. The news becomes white noise as journalists talk about the rising number of cases around the world. There is no way the numbers could become that high in your own country, you think, until the President goes on television Thursday night stating that … Continue reading Young and Abroad: A Student’s Take on the French Lockdown