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Fried to Frozen: Month Three (and a half)

By on January 5, 2019

Wow. Time flies when you are on exchange. I’m sitting in the library while I’m writing this, simultaneously working on my final papers, studying for an exam, and procrastinating. And all I can think of is that I am leaving Alaska so soon. Like in four days.  I’m so excited to go home and see […]

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Fried to Frozen: Small Fish, Big Pond

By on November 29, 2018

Coming from a school of around 30,000, it was a huge adjustment to learn how a small school functions. Even before coming to Alaska, I realized how different UAS would be when there were only four classes I could sign up for that would fit into my requirements back home. And in getting here, there […]

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Fried to Frozen: Month Two

By on November 24, 2018

So, this post might already be a month late, but so many things were happening, I hardly had time to write them down until now! So far, I’ve gotten into the groove of classes, I’ve gone exploring a bit more, and I have a more complete idea of Juneau. Without further ado, here are some […]

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Fried to Frozen: Month One

By on September 22, 2018

Last week, I was studying in the housing lodge near my apartment when I got distracted by screaming. I looked up and saw a crowd of people running up the walkway, yelling indecipherable words, causing a whole lot of hubbub. I thought to cause that much excitement, there must be something really cool going on–that […]

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Fried to Frozen: What it’s About

By on May 18, 2018

Big announcement time! I, a content resident of the southeastern United States, have decided to take on the Alaskan wild for the fall semester. Why would I ever trade humid heat for frigid tundra, you might ask? The answer is: I’m not entirely sure. I do love winter weather, the mountains, and the great outdoors, […]

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