All my social media newsfeed is filled with the excitement people are getting for the beginning of fall.
I’m partially autistic. While I might be technically autistic, I prefer to go use the label that I’ve had for the majority of my life.
So far the biggest struggle of my junior year hasn’t been in the classroom but in the kitchen. My first two years, I lived on campus and with just a swipe of my Bear Card, I had access to all the food that I wanted. My junior year, I decided to live off campus and in an apartment.
My experience as a freshman on UCA’s campus was full of ups and downs, but I learned a great deal through my experiences. The idea of beginning college and going off on my own terrified me. I had always lived with my parents. I didn’t know how to effectively manage my time, and I wasn’t sure…
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Durham is a lovely town know for its prestigious university and cathedral used as a set in the Harry Potter films. I visited the town Monday and had my first taste of Mexican food since leaving the U.S.
Sylvia sitting on the North Sea coast in South Shields. Who would have thought such a pretty view was only a 20-minute metro ride away?
Passion, one of the clubs in Sunderland, had a neon party this last Monday. Sammy and I were lucky enough to star in this picture.
If you really thought this column would consist only of happy-go-lucky European travels and romance, I sincerely apologize for crushing your hopes and dreams.
The walking paths forked off into several different destinations, but these lush green hills were common among them.
The Roker lighthouse was built in 1903. In Nov. 2013, Sunderland finished restoring the 23-meter building and installed a new LED light.