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So the two schools we visited in Philly are the Bryn Mawr College and UPenn.
Bryn Mawr is an all-women college, and it's part of the Seven Sisters (with Wellesley, Barnard, etc.) It has a beautiful campus and it is located in the suburbs of Philly. It's a relatively small school, but the academics are very rigorous and the professors are really …
... lobsters, cigars and slow dances, cake and champagne. All the great ingredients for an epic night. On Sunday, before returning to Dallas, we stopped at the Eastern State Penitentiary for a quick history lesson. It was an amazing experience that neither of us have every been exposed to. We toured for a few hours then headed for home. Another successful adventure ...
... in all the ways that Betty’s was light: with fresh vegetables and fruits in particular. Jennifer has nothing but ice in her freezer, soymilk and various other items her grandmother wouldn’t have recognized in the refrigerator, and on the counter stands a vegetable juicer she feels she “ought” to use more.
Most important of all, however, is the difference in moral attitude separating Betty and Jennifer on the matter of food. ...
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Today we had planned just a couple of things, the first being the Art Museum. But we didn't actually want to go into it, just onto the steps. Those of you who know the Rocky films may know that these are the steps used in the training montage. There is also a statue of Rocky just below which we went to take a photo of first. A ...
... I've avoided in life like it was the plague (probably because it was something that I didn't fully understand). I'm realizing more and more the significance of becoming politically aware. I'm excited to talk with the journalist of EntreMundos about the Guatemalan civil war and about Guatemala's rich Mayan history. The required reading for this trip (I'm receiving college credit), "I, Rigoberta Mendú" gave me a sample, or prueba, of Guatemala's ...