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Interview: Dara Bramson of the AJC Program for Students Abroad By Molly is Pretending to be Global

The year I studied abroad in France, I heard about a program in Krakow, Poland which taught American students abroad more about the history of Krakow and also how it was affected with World War II. This program happened to be none other than the AJC Program for Students Abroad… (read more)

Budapest, Vienna, and Salzburg By ‘WanderLoveee

I never planned on traveling to Hungary or Austria prior to actually being in Europe. It was one of those things where some of my roommates were contemplating going and we ended up getting the trip for a really good deal so I just decided to go for it… (read more)

Liebster Award By ‘Sweet Tea and Sass’

Happy Thursday, y’all! Thanks to Zoe at Prescriptions & Pearls, I have been nominated for a Liebster Award. If you are unfamiliar, the Liebster Award is for little bloggers with less than 200 followers (like myself), to get a little more recognition. I am so thankful for all of you who come to my little corner of the Internet and read whatever it is I choose to post in this blank white box… (read more)

Summer Reading List By ‘Hepburn and Handbags

It’s summer! That means sleeping late, spending time with friends, and laying by the pool with a good book. During the school year I rarely have time to read for fun, so summer means I can finally tackle the pile of books I accumulate throughout the year. If you are at a loss for new books this summer… (read more)

All About Soul By ‘Flair Code

June 6th marks D-Day, the largest seaborne invasion in history, and I happened to catch a glimpse of this segment on the news. I had no idea an ordinary house on Long Island played such an epic role for the Allies in WWII, and I’m pretty sure this epic tidbit of history wasn’t touched upon in any Social Studies class. This weekend is also a very special one for the Spanish… (read more)

Coldplay 22 By ‘Pink is the Wildest Colour

I am infuriated and offended and hence I am writing this post about my hate for people who pollute music by associating it with the music-maker’s personal life… (read more)

4 Things to Do in Oxford (plus Harry Potter film locations & travel tips) By Yilin Wang

1. For everyone: explore Oxford by foot

I would recommend beginning your visit to Oxford by exploring the city on foot, either with an organized tour or on your own. The city, with well-preserved streets, home to renowned scholars, historic buildings, cafes, and architectural quirks, is best enjoyed by walking as opposed to a bus tour or biking… (read more)

Ashley Mungiguerra

Hofstra University | 15 stories

Ashley is a Journalism and Political Science double major and double minor in French and European Studies at Hofstra University in New York, but she was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. She is an avid reader, writer, and lover of old movies, NYC, and anything French. She is a member of Zeta Phi Eta, a pre-professional communications co-ed fraternity, a modern dance company, and a campus tour guide. Her dream job is to work as a TV news anchor for a major network.


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