Voter registartion this week! Make sue you sign up in campus center.. Every vote makes a difference… Let’s get 1,000 more!Read More... No Comments
So this week has been very eventful. My orientation program ended about a week ago and I had an entire week to have fun and explore Paris! Not to mention that I took lots of time to relax before classes started.
So last monday I went to my university, Paris 8: Saint-Denis to choose my classes. [...]Read More... 1 Comment
Ok so I promised that as soon I posted the first blog and once I settled down then I will talk about my summer and plans for the semester. I guess this is great because I haven’t really had time to process anything. For a lack of a better word my summer was ok I guess, [...]Read More... No Comments
October is Fair Trade month! Yay!
For those of you who don’t know what fair trade is, stay tuned to be enlightened:
• “Create Opportunities for Economically and Socially Marginalized Producers – Fair Trade is a strategy for poverty alleviation and sustainable development.
• “Develop Transparent and Accountable Relationships- Fair Trade involves relationships that are [...]
I completed what we call an “Actor’s Packet” on Friday for those involved in Blood Relations. The packet contains most of my research that I have compiled since last semester. The actors read the packet to help them gain a better understanding of the play and the Director’s concept as it relates to the play. My [...]Read More... No Comments
So time does fly by quite fast. I keep feeling like everything is going by so slow, but I have already been here for a month and it feels like I just got here. I am getting more comfortable living in Paris, which is a good thing. Hopefully everything will feel totally comfortable by the [...]Read More... 2 Comments
Taking on the big ones….
Talked to some great people today at the SUNY Oswego Women Connections Seminar event. It was an event on campus brought to connect women through talking about women issues and all kinds of jobs for women!
It was not easy getting up on Yon Kippur, I won’t lie I was really grumpy [...]Read More... No Comments
I’m going to Hohoe, but I still don’t know what I’m doing there yet. I have done some research into what’s there, as well as having met a guy from Accra in my French class who knows about Hohoe.
Kwamena is from Ghana, and we spoke briefly in French class. He [...]Read More... No Comments