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... as I went to both the US Mission to the UN and the World Health Organization! The program took us to the US Mission on Wednesday, and we listened to Meg Riggs, who I think is the Deputy of Public Affairs for the Mission, talk to us about diplomatic work, the difference between a Mission and bilateral diplomacy, how she balanced being a diplomat with having two kids, and her favorite projects she has taken part of. She was a very good ...
... simple things in life). These classes last 5 weeks, then we have 1 week of Spring Break, and then our internships begin.
Speaking of internships, if anyone is curious, I have a *provisional* placement at an organization called CUTS International, in their Geneva office. If you don't want to look it up, basically they focus on advocacy within trade policy and making the needs of the developing world heard in regards to trade. I have an interview on Tuesday with ...
It was a very early morning start to catch the train to Paris, Barbara met us at the station to say goodbye. We had to change trains at Geneva but otherwise a lovely trip, definitely 1st class is the way to go. On arriving at our very chic, somewhat unusual hotel we dumped our luggage and headed for the Eiffel Tower but not before stopping for a fantastic meal at a ...
We ended up getting to the hotel at about 8 PM, so didn't have time to go back into town for dinner and to see the city. It was a bit of a bugger considering we won't have time tomorrow as we are at CERN all day. Instead, we went next door to a nice Italian place. I had an awesome risotto, and many of the others got other fantastic looking pasta dishes and pizzas.
... or that we realized while traveling: • Europeans seem to take the time to slow down and spend quality time with friends and family. There are hundreds of cafés all over every European city and we noticed that regardless of the time or day, there were plenty of people sitting, having a drink and socializing. People did not take their food and drinks to go, instead they sat and enjoyed their meal. Rarely did we see anyone with their cell phone out, ...